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Basic Education

Kenya holds the National Conference on Transforming Education

The Chief Administrative Secretary Dr Sara Ruto delivering the official opening remarks during the Conference The Kenyan government, through the Ministry of Education, is committed to joining in the global momentum and call to take steps to transform education for a sustainable future.  This initiative builds upon ongoing reforms in the country. To facilitate this […]
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TVET instructors to embrace emerging technologies in pedagogy to develop skills for industrial revolution

Skills development provided by TVET institutions is considered as a key factor that can help a country mitigate and adapt to the impact of globalization, rapid technological change, trade liberalization, increase exports and foreign direct investment and address the environmental questions linked to climate change and the increased international movement of labour.
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Workshop on Out of School Children Study (OOSCS) in Kenya

Workshop on Out of School Children Study (OOSCS) in Kenya: Establishing evidence for intervention, March 2nd-4th 2021 at Safari Park HotelWorkshop on Out of School Children Study (OOSCS) in Kenya: Establishing evidence for intervention, March 2nd-4th 2021 at Safari Park Hotel The Out of School Children Study (OOSCS) is based on the Global Initiative on…
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Early Childhood Care and Education

Early childhood is defined as the period from birth to eight years old. UNESCO’s mission is to support early childhood policy development with the aim to build a solid foundation for a child’s lifelong learning. UNESCO advocates for Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) programmes that attend to health, nutrition, security and learning and which […]
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Secondary Education

UNESCO stresses the need for greater quality, equity and relevance in secondary education. Its key activities focus on enhancing quality and ensuring coherence by promoting the reform of secondary education systems, and more specifically the redesign of content and methods, to meet the needs of the 21st century.UNESCO supports national efforts to meet this demand, […]
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Teachers Education

Teachers, their training, recruitment, retention, status and working conditions are among UNESCO’s top priorities. The main challenge faced by the teaching profession is both one of numbers and quality. In other words, the world needs more and better teachers. The quality of an education system cannot exceed the quality of its teachers. UNESCO works to […]
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Health Education

UNESCO works to achieve Education for All by promoting the health of every individual within the school community. The Organization promotes good policies and practice in the education sector, helps partners create safe learning environments, and promotes life skills-based instruction through modern, interactive teaching methods. UNESCO is guided by the recognition of humanity’s growing interdependence […]
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Women and Girls Education

Gender equality is a global priority for UNESCO and is inextricably linked to UNESCO’s efforts to promote the right to education and support the achievement of the Education for All (EFA) and broader development goals.The Organization also encourages mainstreaming gender equality issues in education at all levels (from early childhood to higher education), in all […]
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