Acting President, His Excellency David Adeang and Deputy Australian High Commissioner Dan Heldon have signed an agreement to boost the Nauru Education Program.
The $1.675 million agreement with Australia is aimed at improving the country’s education standards.
The priorities include improving quality and access to early years, primary and secondary education, creating a proactive and continually improving education system, improved learning outcomes for all students sustainable and a high-quality workforce to meet future education needs.
The aim of the agreement is to achieve better education outcomes in Nauru by 2020.
The Nauru Education Program is a priority outcome under the Aid Investment Plan (AIP) and Aid Partnership Arrangement 2016-2019 (APA).
The education sector program is aligned with the Government of Nauru’s National Sustainable Development Strategy 2005-2025.