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Out-of-school children: Oyo solves challenges that hinder the implementation of BESDA

The Oyo State Government has resolved all tooth-growing challenges that impede the smooth implementation of the Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) in Pacesetter.

Nureni Adeniran, Executive Chairman of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, revealed this at a meeting with the BESDA Executive Committee in Ibadan over the weekend.

Adenilan confirmed that the state was set to fully launch BESDA as all hurdles against full implementation had been cleared by the state government.

He said the Oyo state government’s decisive efforts to ensure a reduction in the proportion of children out of school in the state made the dream come true.

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Adenilan explained that it is a project initiative Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) aims to complement the great efforts of the Governor of the State, Seyi Makinde, to address the threat of out-of-school children.

He praised the state’s current administration for investing more than 21% of the state’s annual budget in the state’s education sector, which enables effective education in schools, especially at key basic levels of social development. He added that learning was secured.

The SUBEB boss, on behalf of the BESDA Executive Committee, promised to comply with the UBEC’s project action plan, but received from the committee to ensure the release of the amount required for the program. We also acknowledged a great deal of support. ..

Therefore, he urged members of the implementation team to commit to the program, adding that there is no excuse for committee members not to commit to the UBEC / World Bank Support Project.

At the conference, Professor Modupe Adelabu, a BESDA consultant in Oyo, promised to gain extensive experience in implementing the program in Oyo.

In a separate statement on Sunday, Adelaine Keadedayo, Special Advisor to the Intervention Fund and National Portfolio Coordinator for the World Bank Project, and Senior Special Assistant to BESDA will assist in the full implementation of the program. promised.

They have pledged a commitment to reduce the proportion of out-of-school children in the state, just as they have declared that improving education standards are part of the current administration’s priorities.

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