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    The UBE Commission

    The UBE Commission (UBEC) is Federal Governments Agency saddled with the responsibility for coordinating all aspects of UBE programme implementation.

    Vision of the UBE Commission

    To be a world-class education intervention and regulatory agency for the promotion of uniform, qualitative and functional basic education in Nigeria.

    Mission of the UBE Commission

    To operate as an intervention, coordinating and monitoring Agency to progressively improve the capacity of States, Local Government Agencies and Communities in the provision of unfettered access to high quality basic education in Nigeria.

    Core Values of the UBE Commission

  • Honesty and Accountability
  • Integrity and Transparency
  • Team Work and Commitment
  • UBE programmes are implemented through close collaborative partnerships between UBEC and State Universal Basic Education Boards (SUBEBs), Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAs) and Basic Education stakeholders at all levels. UBEC is delighted to be at the forefront of this significant national intervention and welcomes the full involvement of all individuals, corporate entities, civil societies and community groups in the drive to achieve Education for All (EFA) and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015.

    UBE programme activities have led to:

  • Transformation of the educational terrain as it affects basic education in the area of school infrastructural development.  This has been achieved through judicious use of FGN-UBE intervention funds.  For the first time Basic Education has a quantum of funds being pumped in by Federal and State Governments.

  • Improved infrastructural developments led to increased access to basic education.

  • Teacher Professional Development being accorded priority attention as a percentage of the intervention fund goes directly to in-service training of teachers in all States and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

  • Education of the girl-child and other disadvantaged groups being given greater attention than ever before.

  • Effective monitoring of UBE implementation to ensure quality

  • The Commission tracks utilization of UBE Intervention and States Counterpart Funds based on the level of utilization. During the period 2005 - 2009 the following have been provided through the utilization of the UBE Intervention and Counterpart Funds in 36 States and FCT.

    1. Infrastructural Development
    (a). Construction of new classrooms - 41,009
    b. Renovations (classrooms) - 59,444
    c. Provision of furniture (Pupils and Teachers) - 1,139,196 sets
    d. Construction of toilets - 14,769
    e. Sinking of boreholes - 996

    2. Provision of Instructional/Play Materials - 77,570,540

    3. Teacher professional development - 1,493,352 teachers trained

    4. Provision of Primaries 4 & 5 Textbooks in Mathematics, English Language and Activity-Based Science - 16,356,812

    5. Assorted Library Resource Materials for JSS - 1,710,091

    6. Deliverables from Special Education (Physically Challenged Children Fund)

    a. Number of Schools/Centres that have benefitted - 368
    b. Enrolment - 20,639
    c. Classrooms - 710
    d. Resource Rooms - 344
    e. Boreholes/hand pumps - 36
    f. Toilets/bathrooms - 263
    g. Furniture (pupils) - 3,616 sets
    h. Furniture (teachers) - 1,259 sets
    i. Beddings - 2,266
    j. Instructional Materials - 75,255
    k. Equipment (Computers, Wheelchairs, Braille machines, TV sets, radio sets, etc) - 14,641
    l. Teachers trained - 6,247

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