Katy meets with broadcast journalist Fiona Mbabazi, in Kigali, to discuss Education East Africa's work in Rwanda's primary schools. Eavesdrop in on the conversation by clicking the video activation button.
A big part of our work in Rwanda involves teacher training, not only in the classroom, but also in a recent Saturday workshop. It's a real testament to the teachers we're privileged to work with that they requested the workshop and were willing to give up a Saturday to improve their English and teaching skills.
Tanzanian Project Director, Dilly Mtui, has made tremendous progress on our Motor Mechanics and Carpentry School, as well as our multi-storey Classrooms shown here. This is where Tanzanians can come to learn the practical skills required to provide for themselves and their families.
On Thursday 2nd November 2017 Education East Africa’s partner organization, Support to Primary Education Rwanda, hosted its ﬁrst ever workshop for government and school ofﬁcials. The workshop was opened by The Honourable Minister for Education. In his speech he praised our work and the use of our books, the New Original English Course (NOEC).