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After the 2001 war, Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education, with the support of international agencies including UNESCO and UNICEF, initiated a comprehensive revision of the primary and secondary curriculum as to
Save the Children and Foundation Zakoura Micro Credit (FZMC) are implementing the “Linking Youth with Knowledge and Opportunities in Micro finance,” or LYKOM (which means “for you” in Arabic), project
Presentation - ECCD in Emergencies “Principles and Practice” for Global Consultation 2009 by Lisa Long
This paper provides a snap shot review of the accomplishments in various areas of education in Afghanistan and attempts to highlight some Gaps of serious consequences and finally makes recommendations
This document contains numerous tips on preparing and conducting a training workshop on the INEE Minimum Standards. It provides guidance on preparation, content, method, the environment, and products and outcomes.
A Case Study on the implementation of the INEE Minimum Standards in Aceh, Indonesia.
This section covers eleven different facilitation techniques, and awareness of each of them allows you as a facilitator to use whichever is appropriate at the time.
In spring 1999, after a short but bloody civil war, hundreds of thousands of refugees were repatriated to Kosovo from neighbouring lands, and the United Nations Interim Administration in Kosovo (UNMIK)
States affected by conflict are among the farthest from achieving Education for All (EFA) goals, and many lack human and financial capacity. ‘Capacity development’ (CD) is frequently proposed as the
O artigo foca a experiencia da ONG angolana ADRA (Associacao para o desenvolvimento Rural e Ambiente) num pais em reconstrucao. Fornece uma visto sobre o sector da educacao, os desafios