Learning Environment: Improved Infrastructure (LEIIP)

The Learning Environment: Improved Infrastructure Program (LEIIP) is a $35 million project that aims to improve student well‐being and school achievement through enhancing the physical infrastructure of the learning environment. USAID implemented the rehabilitation works for LEIIP schools in full collaboration and partnership with the Ministry of Education through host country contracts with the Ministry of Public Works and Housing. The project started in November 2013 and in 2016 USAID requested UNOPS to furnish the administration and education rooms for 132 schools over the course of four years. In 2017, USAID amended the scope of the project to include the furnishing and equipping of classrooms, KG rooms, provision of playgrounds and fans to the designated LEIIP schools, bringing the total budget for the implementation of the project to $5.3 million, in which UNOPS successfully completed in September 2019.


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