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Empowering Collaboration: DVV International and the Cultural Center of Sammema

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The video showcases two years of partnership, highlighting training programs in distillation, artisanal creation, and culinary arts.

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PIMA Special Issue - Climate Justice Education - November 2023

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Read PIMA's Special Issue on Climate Justice Education with contributions of writers from around the globe.

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Primary Schools-Based Community Learning and Training Centres in Ethiopia

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The Integrated Functional Adult Education programme (IFAE) in Ethiopia has been designed and is being implemented to benefit youth and adults aged 15 and above who have not had access to education and training in the past. Within the new school-based adult learning and education programme, community learning and training centres (CLTCs) are based on the premises of existing primary schools. These guidelines provide principles of operation and cover the organisation and management of the centres, as well as guidance on aspects of leadership, participation, ownership and sustainability.

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Worshop Report - Adult Learning and Education System Building Approach - Ethiopia, 2021

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This workshop brought together Director Generals, Directors and senior experts from the Ministry of Education, Regional Education Bureaus and selected woreda health offices involved in delivering adult learning and education services to youth and adults in Ethiopia. An overview of ALESBA was presented, covering the conceptual framework of the five distinct phases, the roles and responsibilities assigned to different stakeholders, and information on how it has been operationalised in Ethiopia. Participants went through a process of analysing the results of a peer review assessment carried out in 2018 and agreed on priority interventions for the strengthening of the ALE system in Ethiopia. In addition, the design and status of school-based adult learning and education programmes were discussed.

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Technical Proceedings of the National Adult and Non-formal Education Conference - Ethiopia

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This conference brought together over 60 adult education experts and coordinators, including from the Ethiopian Ministry of Education, Regional Education Bureaus, as well as partners to deliberate on key issues of the adult and non-formal education program in Ethiopia. Participants explored the progress made so far, outcomes, challenges, and future directions. They also discussed school-based community learning and training centres and the accelerated education program, which will be scaled up throughout the country starting in 2023.

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Expanding Community Learning Centres in Ethiopia

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DVV International has worked closely with the Ministry of Education and other government bodies in promoting adult education in Ethiopia for more than two decades. Working together, innovative methodologies for the delivery of adult learning and education have been introduced within the framework of the Functional Adult Literacy Programme. As part of this cooperation, DVV International has supported the establishment of Community Learning Centres (CLCs), working in partnership with the Regional Education Bureaus. This booklet has been produced to highlight the key steps in establishing and managing CLCs, including the foundational and operational phases and major outcomes. it also shares some of the lessons learned from the implementation experience, as well as success stories and reflections of stakeholders.

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Integrated Community Learning for Wealth (ICOLEW) Programme

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The Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development (MSGLD) in Uganda with support from the German Adult Education Association (DVV International) is implementing the Integrated Community Learning for Wealth Creation (ICOLEW) Programme. The programme is premised on 5 components, namely: literacy and numeracy acquisition and enhancement; village savings and loans Associations; livelihoods and business development skills support; establishment of community learning centres (CLCs), and institutional capacity strengthening and support. This document provides a comprehensive overview of this programme.

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Public Financing of Popular Adult Learning and Education (ALE)

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Previously, no systematisation and analysis of financing mechanisms from public sources for the ‘third key domain of learning and skills’ (according to the UIL’s Recommendation on Adult Learning and Education) existed. This led the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (DVV International) to initiate a project aiming to produce such an analysis. The analysis collected a number of articles from different countries, with special attention to identifying good practices from developing countries, describing best practices in public financing of popular ALE. This publication is the result of the work.