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General Council Decision WT/L/160/Rev.1 of 26 July 1996), which only affect documents circulated prior to 2002.
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The Government of Equatorial Guinea (Go EG) requested financial, analytical, and technical support from the World Bank during the country’s protracted economic recession.
Given the prioritization of education in the country’s national development plan,...
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However, it should be understood that information contained therein may not necessarily reflect all information made available to the Division, although it is revised and updated continuously.
LOS of 2 June 1999: Deposit of the lists of geographical coordinates of points for the drawing of the limits of the exclusive economic zone and the lateral limits of the territorial sea, with an illustrative map Convention demarcating the land and maritime frontiers of Equatorial Guinea and Gabon, 12 September 1974 (entry into force: 12 September 1974; registration with the Secretariat of the United Nations: Gabon; registration # 40037; registration date: 2 March 2004; link to UNTS)Treaty between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea concerning their maritime boundary, 23 September 2000 (entry into force: 3 April 2002; registration #: 39154; registration date: 14 February 2003; Protocol on implementation of article 6.2 of the Treaty between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea concerning their maritime boundary, 2 April 2002 (entry into force: 29 June 2002; registration #: 39154; registration date: 1 July 2003) The Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea of the Office of Legal Affairs of the United Nations makes every effort to provide the most up-to-date information available to it at this website.
This diagnostic focuses primarily on primary and secondary education, while also providing some information on technical and vocational education and training (TVET) and higher education, especially where relevant to the other subsectors.
It is also intended to update an earlier World Bank-supported education sector diagnostic. Part A focuses on country context, background on the education sector, and recent trends in education (for example, enrollment, and repetition).
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