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Financing Non-Formal Education in Burkina Faso

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dc.contributor.advisor유성상-
dc.contributor.authorKyelem Z. Serge Aime-
dc.date.accessioned2017-07-19T02:11:43Z-
dc.date.available2017-07-19T02:11:43Z-
dc.date.issued2015-08-
dc.identifier.other000000067567-
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10371/127239-
dc.description학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 대학원 : 협동과정 글로벌교육협력전공, 2015. 8. 유성상.-
dc.description.abstractrepresenting 2.3% of the total education budget. Regarding the role and importance of non-formal education to human and national development and regarding the proportion of the education budget allocated to this programme,
one can wonder whether non-formal education receives adequate financing.
The method adopted for this study is mixed research method, using a multifaceted approach involving case study and descriptive survey research designs. The case study approach was adopted in order to have an in-depth examination of a specific country educational programme.
With regard to its commitment, study findings showed that Government was not financing non-formal education adequately. There is little political commitment. The study also revealed inefficient budget allocation mechanism and suggested a cautious approach to budget allocation modalities. The paper recommended that efforts should be made by policy and decision-makers to reconsider their
financial commitment and establish some relevant and transparent criteria for budget allocation. Other funding sources should be explored in order to realize optimum level of investment for a full development of non-formal education programme. The paper found clear evidence that taking into account unofficial funding agencies budget has a positive impact.
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dc.description.abstractNon-formal education is of central concern for the Government of Burkina Faso and a key element in the Constitution (1991) of Burkina Faso regarding the fundamental right of every citizen to education. In Burkina Faso, adult literacy rate was estimated at 28.7% in 2007 with 36.7% for male and 21.6% for female (PDSEB 2012-2021). However, the budget allocated to non-formal education by the Government of Burkina Faso was estimated at 4% the budget of Basic education-
dc.description.tableofcontentsTable of Contents
Acknowledgement……………………………………………………….. ii
Abbreviations and Acronyms………………………………………….... v
Abstract………………………………………………………………….. vi
Table of contents……………………………………………………….... viii
Introduction…………………………………………………………….. 1
I. Background and rationale of the study………………………………... 1
I.1. Statement of the problem…………………………………………..... 3
I.2. Significance of the study…………………………………………….. 6
I.3. Purpose of the study…………………………………………………. 7
I.4. Research Questions……………………………………………..…… 7
I.5. Hypothesis…………………………………………………………… 7
II. Literature review................................................................................. 8
III. Research methodology...................................................................... 26
III.1. Research design………………………………………………......... 26
III.2. Scope and limitation of the study………………………………….. 26
III.3. Population sample…………………………………………………. 28
III.4. Data collection tools and procedure……………………………….. 28
IV. Research findings……………………………………………….….. 30
IV.1. Mechanism of financing Basic education in Burkina Faso......... 30
IV.1.1. Sources of financing Basic education…………………………… 30
IV.1.1.1. State Budget…………………………………………….……... 31
IV.1.1.2. External funding agencies/CAST-FSDEB…………………….. 31
IV.1.1.3. Projects, NGOs & Associations……………………………….. 32
IV.2. Mechanism of financing non-formal education………………... 35
IV.2.1. Sources of financing non-formal education……………………... 35
IV.2.2. Modes of financing non-formal education………………………. 35
IV.2.2.1. Direct mode of financing non-formal education………………. 35
IV.2.2.2. Indirect mode of financing non-formal education…………….. 36
IV.3. Assessment of the contributions of the State and Funding
agencies to the financing of non-formal education in Burkina Faso... 37
IV.3.1. Budget for non-formal education activities as per direct mode…. 39
IV.3.2. Subsidies to FONAENF as per indirect mode………………....... 41
IV.4. Assessment of the Budget of non-formal education through
the Ministry action plan………………………………………………... 41
IV.5. Exploring unofficial funding sources…………………………… 44
IV.5.1. Contribution of the FONAENF to the financing of nonformal
education....................................................................................... 44
IV.5.1.1. Presentation of the FONAENF………………………………... 44
IV.5.1.2. Goal and objectives……………………………………………. 45
IV.5.1.3. Sources of Financing………………………………………....... 46
IV.5.1.4. FONAENF mode of financing non-formal education………… 50
IV.5.2. Contribution of APENF to the financing of non-formal
education………………………………………………………………... 51
IV.5.2.1. Presentation of APENF……………...………………………… 51
IV.5.2.2. Goal of APENF………………………………………………... 51
IV.5.2.3. Activities of APENF…………………………………………... 52
IV.5.2.4. Sources of financing…………………………………………… 52
IV.5.3. Contribution of Solidar Switzerland to the financing of nonformal
education ……………………………………………………….. 53
IV.5.3.1. Presentation of Solidar Switzerlan…………………………….. 53
IV.5.3.2. Some Projects of Solidar Switzerland and their objective…….. 53
IV.5.3.3. Source of financing……………………………………………. 56
IV.5.4. Contribution of Tin-Tua to the financing of non-formal
education………………………………………………………………... 57
IV.5.4.1. Presentation of Tin-Tua………………………………………. 57
IV.5.4.2. Goal and objectives of Tin Tua……………………………….. 58
IV.5.4.3. Source of financing……………………………………………. 59
IV.5.5. Contribution of FDC to the financing of non-formal
education……………………………………………………………....... 59
IV.5.5.1. Presentation of the FDC……………………………………….. 59
IV.5.5.2. Goal and activities…………………………………………….. 60
IV.5.5.3. Source of financing…………………………………………… 62
IV.6. Global estimation of the financial contribution of unofficial
funding agencies………………………………………………………... 63
IV.7. Global assessment of non-formal education budget including
all funding sources……………………………………………………… 64
IV.8. Comparing sub-Saharan African countries public
expenditures on adult education as percentage of education………... 66
V. Discussion on the study……………………………………………... 71
V.1. Assessing the consistency of the financing of non-formal
education in Burkina Faso in relation to international and national
policy context…………………………………………………………… 71
V.1.1. Funding benchmark for non-formal education in international
policy context……………………………………………………………. 71
V.1.2. Funding benchmark for non-formal education in national policy
context………….................................................................................... 71
V.2. Assessing the adequacy of the financing of non-formal
education in relation to the PRONAA (2011-2015)………………….
72
V.3. Conclusion on the study…………………………………………... 74
V.3.1. Limitations in the mechanism of financing non-formal education
in Burkina Faso………………………………………………………….. 74
V.3.2. Weak financial commitment of the Government…….…………... 75
V.3.3. Lack of sufficient coordination of partners……………..………... 76
V.3.4. Non-formal education, not a top Governmental priority.………… 76
V.3.5. Narrow vision of non-formal education………………………….. 77
V.4. Recommendations…………………………….…………………... 77
References………………………………………………………………. 81
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dc.publisher서울대학교 대학원-
dc.subjectNon-Formal Education-
dc.subjectFinancing-
dc.subjectMechanism-
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dc.titleFinancing Non-Formal Education in Burkina Faso-
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dc.contributor.AlternativeAuthor킬렘 서지 요한-
dc.description.degreeMaster-
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dc.contributor.affiliation사범대학 협동과정글로벌교육협력전공-
dc.date.awarded2015-08-
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