Training workshop on family learning approach (Malala Project) in Mozambique
The training workshop is part of Malala Project and aims to empower young women and their families through literacy, vocational and entrepreneurial training courses in rural and peri-urban communities in Mozambique. It will be implemented in Boane district (Maputo Province) and Erati and Memba ( Nampula Province) by Training Institute of Literacy and Adult Education with support from the Provincial Directorates of Education of Nampula and Maputo, and Districts Services of Education, Youth and Technology of the three districts.
This project is developed within the context of the partnership between UNESCO and Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH), where UNESCO, in coordination with the National Directorate of Literacy and Adult Education-DINAEA is implementing the Project funded by Malala Fund for the period of three years (2015-2017), entitled ´´Integrated Approach to Literacy and Adult Education to empower young women and their families through learning in rural and peri-urban communities in Mozambique´´, in synergy with CapEFA Programme.
One of the activities of Malala Project work plan for 2015 is the conduction of training workshop on the family learning approach involving technicians from MINEDH, Provincial Directorate of Education and Culture (DPEC) of Maputo and Nampula and SDJTs of Boane, Eráti and Memba and other stakeldors. The training is being organized by UNESCO Maputo and UNESCO Institute for Life Long Learning in coordination with DINAEA and IFEA Matola.