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commented on I propose to include in the Uridu project the topic "Education as a learning process" 2018-05-03 16:23:02 +0200
I am thinking about a reverse approach.
commented on I propose to include in the Uridu project the topic "Education as a learning process" 2018-05-03 16:19:32 +0200
Education means access to education; improving the enrollment rate in primary schools; literacy campaigns ; building kindergartens and schools; training for educators; providing teaching materials.
Learning is the process that causes a change in knowledge and behavior.
The training centers help the literacy and education gap among women.
commented on I propose to include in the Uridu project the topic "Education as a learning process" 2018-05-03 15:47:07 +0200
I agree. But isn’t this more a political topic? Given that our target group are rural women, we focus on stressing the need to send their children to school. I guess that is what you mean with “improving the enrollment rate in primary schools”. But setting up the infrastructure is something that needs to be done on a government level. Sure, we’ve seen communities set up their own “grassroots schools”. But I think this should be more a top down than a bottom up approach.
commented on I propose to include in the Uridu project the topic "Education as a learning process" 2018-05-03 15:29:49 +0200
Education: access to education: improving the enrollment rate in primary schools; literacy campaigns; building kindergartens and schools; training for educators; providing teaching materials.
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commented on I propose to include in the Uridu project the topic "Education as a learning process" 2018-05-02 16:00:39 +0200
We are open to any kind of new contents that focus on the empowerment of (illiterate) rural women! Let us know what you are thinking of!
commented on Have you started the work in kenya? 2018-05-02 15:59:23 +0200
Well, we have the Swahili translation available. We would need some local partners to set up projects. And see how we can fund them – depends on the size of the projects. But feel free to have partner contact us through www.uridu.org/partner
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