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UNESCO Namibia
The UNESCO Office in Windhoek is a national office that seeks to support the government of the Republic of Namibia to achieve its own development programmes
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Internet Society Namibia Chapter Apr 10
Today adopts it’s constitution as Voluntary Association. We’re Happy to have been leading in the establishment of Internet Governance Forum in Namibia &that our members plays povital role Dep Min of officiating the adoption,confirms stakeholder engagement
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 9
Only three weeks left to the closing of the vacancy for the National Professional Officer (Culture). All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. All information & job description can be found at the link below
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Training of teachers is a key component to ensure the standards of imparting knowledge in are maintained. There is a greater need to capacitate local language ECD centres in communities to allow for easier transition to primary school.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Panelists discuss possible academic solutions for challenges, including adding to official languages list, having indigenous languages as medium of instruction in all levels of education tertiary. Ensure the autography of more
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
wishes to establish an Institute of . The institute would compile a database with 1million words each from all Namibian languages. Leading to online Dictionaries, spell check and translation facilities. However financial constraints hinder this endeavor
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Prof. Kavari, Head of Dept. of Language and Literature Studies from says there are no students taking local language classes as there are no incentives to take African languages. These is a negative attitude towards .
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
The second panel session has commenced at where the area of focus is the academic perspective of with academic professionals from various institutions.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Participants emphasize on the need for the establishment of a language board that extensively represents all Namibian local languages, to be able to safe guard these in the future. The lack of a Language act has also been identified as a hinderance
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
The first panel session at deals with a grassroot perspective on . The issue of young not being able to speak their mother tongue sparked conversation on the need to bring indigenous languages to city centre schools as well.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Hon. Kandji-Murangi reiterates that define who we are and give us identity and help us to share common tradition. It is the first vehicle for learning.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Minister of Higher Education, Training & Innovation Hon. Kandji-Murangi says, "The world is grappling with the issue of and for all to be active participants for action can be the transmitter of knowledge, skills and competencies."
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
says, in line with this years theme, the promoton and effective use of indigenous languages in schools, programmes for young people and communities through community radios is key to ensuring these languages and their culture stays alive..
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
Representative to highlights the key importance of National Commissions for in the implementation of UNESCO mandate in the areas of education, sciences, culture and communication and information.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 5
The Namibia National Commission for UNESCO Annual General Assembly has commenced, under the theme "International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019".. several panel discussions on the theme will take place throughout the morning
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
The National Skills Competition Continues until 6 April. All are welcome to visit the Ramatex Complex. Exhibitions are up and running with great panels sessions taking place on issues of Technical, Vocational Education and Training (TVET).
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
Ms. Harmony Beukes, Manager of NQA unpacks the role and policy provisions needed for NQF to better facilitate a smooth transition from basic education into higher education and as well as recognition of prior learning (RPL) and certification.
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
During , Dr. Patrick Simalumba, Acting Director of NIED shares on the current curriculum for basic education and the role of pre-vocational stream in preparing learners for further vocational education in .
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
Mr Jerry Beukes, CEO of Namibia Training Authority unpacked the current status of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and it's place within the broader schemes of skills development in
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
Dr Booker Dir. of Adeliade Education from Australia highlights further the need for proper & clear policy with the ambit of qualifications framework to appropriately regulate issues of credit transfer, RPL & other aspects regulating certification
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UNESCO Namibia Apr 4
TVET Conference continues today, Dr Booker Dir. of Adeliade Education speaking on Australian TVET system & how it creates pathways & articulation for basic education upward mobility towards TVET.
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