The CESR will aim to be an inclusive, participatory process that is led by government but involves a wide range of education stakeholders. Implementation of the CESR will directly involve a range of different ministries and departments that have an involvement in education, including Ministry of Education (MoE), Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement (MoSWRR), Ministry of Religious Affairs (MoRA), Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST), Ministry of Labour (MoL), Ministry of Border Affairs (MoBA), Ministry of Defence (MoD), Ministry of Health (MoH), Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MoAI), Ministry of Cooperatives (MoC), Ministry of Finance and Revenue (MoFR), Union Attorney General’s Office (UAGO). To enable government leadership of the process, a complementary programme of capacity development for government leads and participants in the CESR will run alongside CESR implementation.
It is recognised that all education stakeholders in Myanmar, including parents, students, communities, representatives of different ethnic groups, teachers, headteachers, education offices at the State/Regional and township levels, monastic education stakeholders, CBOs, academics and others; have a vital role to play in the review. The Rapid Assessment included a Stakeholder Analysis that supports a deeper understanding of the perceptions and priorities of these different constituencies. This provides a solid foundation for an Education Sector Plan that has broad support and ownership, as well as a starting point for establishing . and their and the identification of mechanisms for nationwide consultation on. ,
A wide range of Development Partners (UN, multilateral, bilateral, non-governmental and civil society organisations) are supporting financial, technical and coordination aspects of implementation. DP mapping as a part of the Rapid Assessment, alongside an analysis of current DP coordination mechanisms in Myanmar and in comparable contexts, is supporting the identification of effective mechanisms that should be put in place to ensure that DPs are in the position to give effective, efficient and aligned support the education sector plan.