Presentations | Présentations

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FAWE: Strategic positioning beyond 2013-2017 strategic plan in the new education dispensation driven by CESA 2015-2025
FAWE: The Scholarship Programme: A practical solution to systemic factors that hinder girls’ and women’s education in Africa – Lessons from Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zanzibar and Zambia
FAWE ZIMBABWE: Campaign for Non Formal Education Opportunities for Out of School Children
MINISTRY OF GENERAL EDUCATION ZAMBIA: Alternative learning programs for out of school female youths with intellectual disabilities in Zambia
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MALAWI: Gender Responsive Pedagogy – Experiences from Malawi
MINISTRY OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ZIMBABWE: Addressing barriers to girls education in rural Zimbabwe
MICROSOFT: The #makewhatsnext campaign
 SUCCESS FOR AFRICA: Youth Leadership & Engagement -“A New School of Thought” – The ‘Third Side of the Coin’
UNESCO: Plugging the leaky Pipeline in STEM through active involvement of Universities
UNICEF ESARO: Towards gender equality: an integrated approach to keeping girls in school and learning
VARKEY FOUNDATION: Effectiveness of interactive distance instruction – Experimental evidence from Ghanaian primary schools
ZOCS: Alternative innovative learning programmes for out of school children – the experience of ZOCS in Zambia
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FAWE: Stratégie d’égalité des genres pour CESA 16–25
MINISTERE DE L‘EDUCATION, DES SCIENCES ET DE LA TECHNOLOGIE, MALAWI: Pédagogie sensible au genre – expériences du Malawi
VVOB: Intégration de la Pédagogie Sensible au Genre dans l’Enseignement Technique Agricole – Cas de la République Démocratique du Congo
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