The UNESCO Chair Programme at Bahir Dar University has also organized and provided another round of training on the concepts of family literacy and learning, and community learning centres (CLCs) as part of the Family Literacy International Project from 23-24 February/2022 to all National Regional States and City Administrations in the country as well as for all the 12 universities in Ethiopia that have Adult Education Degree Programme. Besides, postgraduate (MA AECD) students of Bahir Dar University took part in this training.
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