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Gandhi Fellowship Sep 16
A wonderful initiative by our team at to involve participation of community in child's .
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Youth Empowering Parents Sep 18
We have said it before and we want to say it again. Never stop trying, never stop learning.
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MuskaanDreams Sep 11
They always aim high and we promise to be their for them always to uplift there Dreams
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MuskaanDreams Sep 19
It's the spark in the eyes and happiness on there faces which says it all. Yes Dreams to come true
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Youth Empowering Parents Sep 14
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Sodiq Odutola 5h
Dragging a child to register in school is one thing, making him stay registered and learn is another. Now that they have been forced to register against their will, is there any solid plan to make them stay and learn? We should entice them not force them.
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MuskaanDreams Sep 11
Classroom etiquette is a important part of students all over development and our program team takes care that they spend enough time to cover all kinds of development activities with them.
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Youth Empowering Parents Sep 13
Moving to a new country can be scary. Our program gives immigrants a chance to learn new skills and an opportunity to integrate with the community, thereby, making the process of starting over a little less scary.
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#GlobalPeace Kenya Sep 18
The Global Peace Family is honoured to congratulate Ms. Marion Wambua on being part of the Global Compact Network Kenya 2019 SDG Pioneers. We commend your efforts of providing Quality Education through access to technology.👏
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TMoves Sep 15
It was an honor to be part of the World Youth Conference on Kindness and represent Romania!
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MuskaanDreams Sep 17
Teacher's are now using Digital Classrooms to improve the quality and learning levels in classrooms.
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Nneka ISIEKWE Sep 12
After the strike, hostel facilities are not improved, neither is the classrooms upgraded to international standard; and these are government establishment.
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Youth Empowering Parents Sep 16
“I struggled a lot for my kids for so many years. Now, my kids have grown up and are educated, so I have also started learning. As a mother, I feel really proud that my own daughter is teaching me,” says Iqbal Nasr.
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UNDP Libya 10h
In , not only the municipality is committed to , also youth are ready to play their part towards sustainable cities and communities. Under campaign, young people cleaned the beaches supported by local young activists and .
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Wilmat Development Foundation Sep 13
We cant wait to see the Generation that is determined to see the best of what they Learn with the THEME: "Shaping The Mindset Of Learners Towards Employment" Follow the conversations:
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Jessica Bates Sep 17
Colleagues and speaking about their research to MLAs, education, business, civic stakeholders and young people today at Stormont. Followed by a Round Table Conversation on priorities for educational change in NI.
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YouthWaveMalawi Sep 18
Young people needs to be celebrated on their contribution to development. Malawi 🇲🇼 will be commemorating the under the theme . As young people we demand equal access to opportunities and quality of education for everyone.
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Stephen Roulston Ulster PGCE Geography Sep 17
with and Politicians, young people and key stakeholders talk in depth about education in Northern Ireland.
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Wilmat Development Foundation Sep 14
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Nneka ISIEKWE Sep 12
Nigerian lecturers don't strike to bring out change in our educational system, they strike for the fatness of their purse. A fat purse doesn't mean better educational institutions for Nigerian students.
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