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Among other data sources, unique EPDC data collections for Burundi include household survey data from Ministry of Education (1998-2009), Institut de Statistiques et dEtudes Economiques (2010), household survey data from DHS (2010), MICS (2000 & 2005), indicators derived from UIS data, and learning outcomes data including PASEC (2009).
For an overview of current education conditions in Burundi, please view our education profiles.
Last updated: 3/2014
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