NEP “Cluster Trainings for P-ESWG members on community-based research, policy analysis, and effective education advocacy”. A total of 22 participants including 11 women from 20 NGOs in 3 city/provinces (Phnom Penh, Kandal and Kampong Speu) are at the 6th (or last) cluster training at Phnom Penh City from 03-05 October 2017. This cluster training was conducted in the framework of EU project “Tackling the Implementation Gap in Education; Mobilizing Civil Society”. Thanks to the European Union for this financial support and BMZ for co-finanacing. The training will provide skills to P-ESWG members.
This safety guideline is for the school committees and teachers to include this covid-19 pandemic information to run education institutions safely learning and teaching inclusively, well-being and protection as well as the actions that need to take before, during, and the possibility of the school closure in the new academic year.
Link to the document: The Safe Operation of School in the Context of Covid-19
Under the EU funded and co-funded by BMZ project entitled “Tackling the Implementation Gap in Education Reform; Mobilizing Civil Society” the 5th Cluster training on Community Research, Policy Analysis and Effective Education Advocacy is being organized in Battambang from 26-28 September 2017 at Khemara Battambang I Hotel. There are 23 participants (5 female) from Battambang, Pailin, Banteay Meanchey, Pursat and Kampong Chhnang participated in the training. The participants are members of the P-ESWG in these 5 provinces.
The last cluster training is going to be held in Phnom Penh from 3-5 October.