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Mission Statement Transforming the Education Sector: The Role of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) Presentation to Commemorate the Mid-Term Anniversary of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s Administration – 2011-2013

By Mallam Aliyu Na’iya Ag. Executive Secretary TETFund 1


Objectives

- Complement the Presentation of Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, OON, the Honourable Minister of Education on June 13, 2013 on the achievements in the Education Sector at the mid-term of the Administration of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR - Highlight the roles and key achievements of the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) in the actualization of the Transformation Agenda

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The Transformation Agenda  The Transformation Agenda of the Administration under President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR:  Based on set of priorities and programmes of government  Aims at transforming the Nigerian economy to meet future needs of the Nigerian people  Emphasis: the 3 ‘C’s – Continuity, Consistency and Commitment  Key Component: Education and Human Capital Development


Actualizing the Education Component of the Transformation Agenda A co-ordinated approach adopted by Identifying major challenges and Addressing the challenges


Development of the 4-Year Strategic Plan


The 4-Year Strategic Plan for the Development of the Education Sector: 2011-2015  The Plan supports the actualization of the Transformation Agenda  Has six (6) focal areas:  The 2 Strategic goals of Nigeria Education:

1. Access

2.

Quality

 And the 4 other issues to be addressed to achieve the goals: 3. Strengthening the Institutional Management of Education 4. Teacher Education and Development 5. Technical and Vocational Education & Training and 6. Funding, Partnerships, Resource Mobilization & Utilization


TETFund – A Background  Parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Education Originally set up to intervene in all sectors of Education Act amended in 2011 to focus TETFUnd on the development and rehabilitation of infrastructure in public tertiary institutions in line with the original concept Source of funding is through a 2% Education Tax levied on assessable profit of all registered companies in Nigeria 7


Role of TETFund in Transforming Education in Nigeria  In addressing challenges of Access and Quality, the objectives of the Nigeria Education System is to  Develop world class institutions with  World class infrastructure  Learning resources and  World class teachers  To ensure that the institutions are able to produce  Highly skilled world-class manpower and  Individuals with entrepreneurial flair • The availability of funds is critical to the success of these 8


The Role of TETFund in Transforming Education in Nigeria  TETFund is the key agency for actualizing the 4-Year Strategic Plan Focal Area on Funding, Partnerships, Resource Mobilization and Utilization. Its roles include  Receives funds through the Federal Inland Revenue Service as provided in the Education Tax Act, 2011  Manages the funds  Disburses the funds to beneficiary institutions  Monitors the utilization of funds  Assess utilization to ensure value for money

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Scope of Intervention

 Received N574.47 billion since inception  Intervention currently limited, in line with enabling Act, as mended, to support 201 publicly owned tertiary educational institutions:  78 Federal and State Universities  60 Federal and State Polytechnics and  63 Federal and State Colleges of Education 10


Sharing Formula

 The enabling Act provides a ratio of allocation to beneficiaries  The ratio on the basis of 2.1.1 covers Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education:  50% Universities  25% Polytechnics  25% Colleges of Education 11


Conditions for Interventions

Funds are allocated to beneficiaries in line with the enabling Act Allocated on the basis of equality of institutions 12


        

Types of Interventions Normal Intervention High Impact Intervention Special Intervention Library Development Academic Staff Training and Development Conference Attendance Institutional Academic Journal Publication Book Development Research Grant  Institution-Based Research  National Research Fund

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Special Interventions  Special Interventions are carried out in response to identified urgent needs. Recent special interventions include:  E-Library Development in Federal Unity Colleges  Teaching Practice for Teachers in Colleges of Education  Provision of Multimedia Micro-Teaching Laboratories for 58 Federal and State Colleges of Education 14


Special Interventions  Funding the take-off of the 12 new Federal Universities  Support for the Establishment of Almajiri Model Schools under the Tsangaya System of Education  Funding of the Committee on Needs Assessment of Nigerian Universities (CNANU)  Development and Rehabilitation of laboratories in all 51 Federal and State Polytechnics

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Intervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education in millions S/N

Sub-sector

2010

2011

2012

1.

Universities

N303.14

N395.00

N595.00

2.

Polytechnics

N216.56

N240.00

N337.00

3.

Colleges of Education

N157.17

N190.00

N319.00

The already approved allocations for year 2013 which has also increased will soon be announced by the Honourable Minister of Education 16


Procedure for Disbursement of Funds

 Institutions make submissions in accordance with projects determined by them  Provide necessary documents including drawings, Bills of quantities, where necessary to support the submission  Applications vetted by TETFund  If application is in line with the core mandate of the institution, it is required to  Engage its own contractors, vendors and suppliers in line with Public Procurement Act, 2007  Open Dedicated Bank Account for the Intervention  Pay Contractors, vendors and suppliers from the funds released • Proposals must fall within the allocated fund • Institutions are to account for previous allocations before accessing new ones 17


Release of Funds  Release of funds is in installment based on the type of intervention  Intervention for Construction  Released in three installments  50%  35%  15%  Intervention for Procurement  Released in two installments  85%  15% 18


KEY ACHIEVEMENTS THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS DETAIL SOME OF THE KEY ACHIEVEMENTS OF TETFund IN THE SUPPORT OF EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION IN NIGERIA 19


Needs Assessment  Needs Assessment carried out in Public Universities (Federal and State)  Assessed staff and student population in relation to facilities  Identified areas of pressure  Explored use of resources  Provided Inventory of physical facilities and learning resources  Recommendations for Intervention Based on the Report approved for implementation by Mr President. Will involve commitment of over N100 billion to further development in our Universities


Development of Infrastructure  To support Access and Quality, TETFund is actively involved in the development and rehabilitation of infrastructure at all levels of education including        

Buildings Lecture theatres Laboratories Classrooms Libraries Workshops and Integration of ICT into Teaching and Learning and Capacity Development of Academic and Non-Academic staff 21


CONSTRUCTION OF 28 ALMAJIRI SCHOOLS UNDER THE ALMAJIRI EDUCATION PROGRAMME

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Mr President Registering pupils to flag-off the Almajiri Education Programme in in one of the schools constructed by TETFund in Sokoto


Almajiri School, Kano


Construction of Libraries in the Federal Unity Colleges  Construction of elibrary in Federal Unity Colleges  Ensures the availability of information materials to support the Teaching-Learning process  Encourages life-long learning among students

New Library Building – FGC, Kano

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New Library Building – FGGC, Kazaure


12 New Federal Universities  Provided N4.7 billion for initial take-off and provision of infrastructure for each of the new Federal Universities  Enabled all the initial 9 new Federal Universities to commence full academic activities  Remaining 3 new Universities to commence academic activities in 2014

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Lafia


Otuoke


Kashere


Oye-Ekiti


Lokoja


Dutse


Dutsin-ma


Ndufu-Alike


Wukari


Development of Infrastructure in Tertiary Institutions  Supporting Tertiary Institutions in the Development of Infrastructure  Infrastructure helping to expand facilities and improving Access to Higher Education  It is helping to improve Quality of Education Delivery 36


COLLEGES OF EDUCATION Intervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions) 2010

2011

2012

N157.17

N190.00

N319.00

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Federal College of Education (Technical), Potiskum

38


Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka


FCE (Special) Oyo


FCE, Bichi


FCE Abeokuta


College of Education, Ditsin-ma, Katsina State

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NIGER STATE COLL. OF EDUCATION, MINNA

CONSTRUCTION OF LECTURE THEATRE,ETF PROJECT 2009/2010)

CONSTRUCTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCKS, ETF PROJECTS 2009/2010

CONSTRUCTION OF ACADEMIC STAFF OFFICES

PROCUREMENT OF SCHOOL BUS ETF PROJECT 2009/2010

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PROCUREMENT OF LIBRARY MATERIALS ETF PROJECT 2009/2010


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Azare, Bauchi

Construction of School Auditorium, College of Educ., Azare, Bauchi State, ETF SP BOT 2009

Purchase of 56-Seater Bus, College of Educ., Azare, Bauchi State, ETF BOT SP 2010

Construction of Twin Laboratory Block, Azare, Bauchi State, ETF SP BOT 2009

Procurement of Lab Equipment , College of Educ., Azare, Bauchi State, ETF BOT SP 2009

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Purchase of Tanker, College of Educ., Azare, Bauchi State, ETF BOT SP 2010


NIGERIAN ARMY SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, SOBI CANTONMENT ILORIN

CONSTRUCTION OF LECTURE HALL (ETF 2009 NORMAL INTERVENTION PROJECT)

FURNISHING OF CLASSROOM, ETF 2010 NORMAL INTERVENTION

CONSTRUCTION OF ICT CENTER (ETF 2010 NORMAL INTERVENTION)

PROCURED BOOK SHELVES (ETF 2010 LIBRARY INTERVENTION)

FURNISHING OF LECTURE THEATRE (ETF 2009 NORMAL INTERVENTION)

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POLYTECHNICS Intervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions)

2010

2011

2012

N216.56

N240.00

N337.00

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Yaba College of Technology


YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY

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Auchi Polytechnic


Auchi Polytechnic


Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa


Federal Polytechnic, Bali


Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu


Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi


Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro


Federal Polytechnic, Oko


UNIVERSITIES Intervention Allocation Trend from 2010 – 2012 (in millions) 2010

2011

2012

N303.14

N395.00

N595.00

58


Lecture Theatre at the Gombe State University, Gombe

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Kano State University of Science and Technology, Wudil

60


ABU, Zaria


Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

62


Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi


Federal University of Technology, Owerri

64


Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta

65


NEW FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES IN PICTURES Federal University, Dutse, Jigawa State

66


Niger Delta University, Amasoma, Bayelsa

67


University of Port Harcourt

68


Federal University of Technology, Akure


Federal University of Technology, Akure.

70


Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola


Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka


Federal University of Technology, Minna


Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi


University of Calabar


Federal University of Petroleum, Effurun

76


University of Abuja


78 KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE


Benue State University Benue.

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CROSS RIVER UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CALABAR

CONSTRUCTION OF GRADUATE SCHOOL BLOCK, ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTION

PROCUREMENT OF SHELF FOR LIBRARY, ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTION

CONSTRUCTION OF 1 NO. LECTURE OFFICE BLOCK, ETF PROJECT 2007-2009 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE,

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PROCUREMENT OF LIBRARY ASORTED BOOKS, ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTION

PROCUREMENT OF 1No 30 SEATER BUS, ETF 2007-2009 INTERVENTION


Nigeria Defence Academy, Kaduna

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SPECIAL INTERVENTIONS 82


HIGH IMPACT INTERVENTION PROJECTS - Targeted at progressively upgrading institutions - Enhance development of institutions as centres of excellence in diverse subject areas - N84.4 billion allocated in Phases 1-4 between 20092012 - N25 billion earmarked for 2013 - Universities receive N3b, Polytechnics N1b, and Colleges of Education, N1b

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Phase One: 2009 Zone Institution North Central

Amount

University of Ilorin FCE, Kontagora, Niger State University of Maiduguri FCE (Technical) Gombe Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Kaduna Polytechnic Nigeria Defence Academy (NDA) Kaduna

N3 billion N1 billion N3 billion N1 billion N3 billion N1 billion N1.5 billion

South East

University of Nigeria, Nsukka AkanuIbiam Polytechnic, Uwana

N3 billion N1 billion

South South

University of Benin FCE (Technical), Omoku, Rivers State

N3 billion N1 billion

South West

University of Ibadan Yaba College of Technology, Lagos

N3 billion N1 billion

North East North West

Total

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N25.5billion


Phase Two: 2010 Zone Institution

Amount

North Central

University of Jos

N3billion

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

N1billion

North East

AbubakarTafawaBalewaUniversity, Bauchi

N3billion

Federal Polytechnic, Mubi, Adamawa State

N1billion

North West Bayero University, Kano South East

South South

Jigawa State College of Education, Gumel

N1billion

Federal University of Technology, Owerri

N3billion

Institute of Management and Technology, (IMT) Enugu

N1billion

University of Port Harcourt

N3billion

AkwaIbom State College of Education, AfahaNsit

N1billion

South West ObafemiAwolowo University, (OAU), Ile-Ife Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo State Total

N3billion

85

N3billion N1billion N24billion


Phase Three: 2011 Zone

Institution

Amount

North Central North East

Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo

N1billion

Umar Suleiman College of Education, Gashua, Yobe State North West UsmanuDanfodiyo University, Sokoto

N1billion

South East

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba

N1billion

South Niger Delta University, Amassoma South South West Federal College of Education, Abeokuta

N3billion

Total

N10billion

86

N3billion

N1billion


Phase Four: 2012 Zone

Institution

Amount

North Central

Benue State University, Makurdi

N3. billion

Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa

N1. billion

Modibbo Adama University, Yola

N3 billion

Bauchi State College of Education, Azare

N1 billion

Kebbi State University of Science & Technology, Aliero Federal Polytechnic, Kaura Namoda

N3 billion

Anambra State University, Uli

N3 billion

Alvan Ikoku College of Education, Owerri

N1 billion

University of Calabar

N3 billion

College of Education, Agbor

N1 billion

University of Lagos, Lagos

N3 billion

Federal Polytechnic, Ibadan

N1 billion

North East North West

South East South South

South West Total

N1 billion

N24billion

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Selection of photographs of projects carried out under the High Impact Special Intervention:

88


Gombe State University, Gombe

89


90


91


92


93


94


95


96 Federal Polytechnic, Mubi


DEVELOPMENT/REHABILITATION OF LABORATORIES OF 51 FEDERAL AND STATE POLYTECHNICS

 N15 billion grant  All 51 Federal and State Polytechnics benefitted from  Provision of new state-of-the art laboratories  Refurbishing of existing laboratory facilities  Staff from all the Polytechnics trained on the use of new equipment 97


Academic Staff Training and Development  Supporting institutions to increase number of lecturers with Doctoral Degrees  Discouraging in-breeding by providing opportunities for study outside Nigeria  Encourage research and development in diverse subject areas  Total of 6,840 benefitted from Staff Training and Development  1,700 of these studied outside Nigeria 102


S/N

Type of Location Training/Sponsorship

Number of Beneficiaries

1

PhD Training

Foreign

853

2

PhD Training

Local

2,103

3

Masters Training

Foreign

781

4

Masters Training

Local

3,006

5

Bench Work

Foreign

97

TOTAL

6,840

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Some Nigerian Lecturers in University of Pretoria, South Africa, beneficiaries of the Academic Staff Training & Development

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Some Nigerian Lecturers in University of Witwatersrand, South Africa, beneficiaries of the Academic Staff Training & Development

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Supporting the Presidential Scholarship on Innovation and Development

 101 Beneficiaries awarded the Presidential Scholarship for Innovation and Development (PRESSID to study in 25 top Universities in the world)

1st set of PRESSID Beneficiaries 106


DEVELOPMENT OF LIBRARY & INFORMATION SERVICES  Completion and Take-off of the NUC Virtual Library Project enabling Universities across Nigeria to have access to online databases • Procurement of print and non-print (ebooks) for educational institutions • Supporting the development of printing facilities across the institutions 107


SPONSORSHIP OF CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE FOR ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF

 To enhance capacity and experience, introduced Conference Attendance Programme for Teaching and NonTeaching Staff  5,999 Sponsored for Local Conference Attendance  2,869 Sponsored for International Conference Attendance 108


SPONSORSHIP OF RESEARCH AND ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS Supporting academic and nonacademic staff in research and development for publications 84 Academic Journal Publications 22 Manuscript development 109


Some Representatives of the Academic Research and Journal Publication Beneficiaries with the HME

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NATIONAL BOOK DEVELOPMENT • Initiated to encourage scholarship through production of books and journals • Encourage local production of information materials by local authors • Encourage the publication of research outputs from our institutions. • N2 billion seed grant dedicated to publication of quality materials • Journals to be distributed free to libraries of tertiary institutions • 200 PhD thesis reviewed • 75 manuscripts received

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NATIONAL RESEARCH FUND TO ENCOURAGE INSTITUTION-BASED RESEARCH - Encourage cutting-edge Research - Explore areas of research relevant to societal needs - N3 billion seed grant set aside for the Fund - Experts from diverse sectors assess research proposals from scholars - Over 200 applications received

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Nigerian Universities Electronic Teaching and Learning Platform •

 First phase implemented in 12 Federal and State Universities  Will enhance use of ICT in the education process  Will enable remote learning and exchange of information among institutions  Each University has access to local digitized content through the Virtual Library


Construction of Micro-Teaching Laboratories in Colleges of Education Construction of micro-teaching laboratories in all Federal Colleges of Education and one State College of Education and FCT each Total of 58 institutions Total cost of N11.6 Billion 114


STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENTS  TETFund continually engages with Stakeholders such as the Tax Payers and beneficiary institutions  Interactive workshops and capacity development of principal officers on utilization of funds  Briefs Them on the Utilization of Funds and the Impact it is making on the Sector and the Society 115


TETFund Tax Payers Forum 2012 – Some Representatives of the Tax Payers at the Forum

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Challenges  Inability of some beneficiary institutions to adopt sound project management principles  Lack of connection between Projects and Institution’s objectives  None or partial compliance with requirements for due process  Frequent turnover of top management of some State tertiary institutions

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Summary/Conclusion  In line with its mandate, and the priorities of the Government of the Republic of Nigeria, TETFund will continue to prioritize  Support for the actualization of the Transformation Agenda through the 4-Year Strategic Plan  Improving Access and Quality of education at tertiary level  Support institutions in ensuring that they produce individuals with the competence to drive diverse sectors of the economy and enhance Nigeria’s global competitiveness 118


THANK YOU 119

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