The education project would provide for the expansion and equipment of twenty-seven technical high schools, five post secondary technical schools, and four university teacher training departments. It would also include twenty-six man-years of technical assistance, twenty man-years of overseas fellowships, support developments in agricultural and technical education and assist educational planning and the services of consultant architects. To implement the proposed project a Project Unit would be set up. It would include a qualified architect, a coordinator of the technical assistance teams and an experienced accountant. An overseas team of vocational teachers and educational planners would support the Project Unit. Furthermore, an overseas architectural firm acceptable to the Association with special experience in school building and school furniture, would be appointed to establish space, construction and costing standards applicable to all the schools in the project.