Bahir Dar Workshop on Adult Literacy and Learning
Unesco Chair Event, GALACAST Conference Manila 2019
Unesco Chair Event, GALACAST Conference Manila 2019
Health Literacy Workshop
Some of Merigeta Sahilu's students studying after helping him with harvesting 'Gesho' [Rhamnus prinoides] (leaves of this plant are used to make local alcoholic beverages 'tella’ and ‘areqi')
Hut houses built by church students around a church where church education is taking place
Neighboring families attending coffee ceremony at Gebre-Sillassie's house in Bahir Dar
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This webpage is prepared as part of the University of East Anglia's Global Research Translation Award/GRTA (ref. EP/T015411/1), which is part of the "Meeting the SDGs: creating innovative infrastructures and policy solutions to support sustainable development in Global South communities (GS - DEV)" award. The award is funded by United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) through the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF), part of the UK's Official Development Assistance.

Training provided on Family Literacy and Learning and Community Learning Centres (CLCs) for All Regions’ Adult Education Experts and University Instructors

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.

Training provided on Family Literacy and Learning; Community Learning Centres (CLCs) and Facilitation Skills for All Zones of ANRS Adult Education Experts and Facilitators

The UNESCO Chair Programme at Bahir Dar University has organized and provided training on the concepts of family literacy and learning, community learning centres (CLCs) and facilitation skills as part of the Family Literacy International Project.

International Webinar on Family Literacy and Indigenous and Local Learning was held on 9-10 December 2021

The UNESCO’s Section of Youth, Literacy and Skills Development, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, and the University of East Anglia (UK) host a webinar on ‘Family literacy and indigenous and local learning’. On this event, the Bahir Dar University team (Ethiopia) have participated and presented.

The webinar was divided into two days.

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