Dvv International

Dvv International is the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association of the German Adult Education Association (Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V.,DVV) which is the federal umbrella association for the 16 regional associations of the Germany’s community adult education centres (Volkshochschulen, VHS). The domestic and international work of dvv international is guided by a commitment to human rights and the Institute’s principles on the promotion of women and gender equality.

Colectivo de Arte Twana Twangola

Angolan art collective Twana Twangola will hold the 1st National Forum of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) on 02 and 03 this month under the motto "children's participation in the process of governance in schools and communities" . In a note sent to Angop today, the organization anticipates that the event will be aimed at collecting subsidies that contribute to the development of Angolan children. The event is part of the plan to publicize the 11 commitments to the child, whose project is being implemented in the provinces of Luanda, Huambo, Zaire and Kwanza Sul.

Civil Society Coalition for Quality Basic Education

Formed in July 2000, the CSCQBE is a coalition of diverse independent and voluntary organizations (non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, trade unions, religious based organizations, institutions dealing with disadvantaged or marginalized groups, private schools association, and youth organizations among others), each having their own activities and constituencies but united in the common pursuit of the right to quality basic education in Malawi. To date, the coalition has 75 members and 28 district education networks which are spread across the country.

Child Protection Society

Championing early childhood education and development in Zimbabwe is a project initiated by Child Protection Society on behalf of Zimbabwe Network of Early Childhood Development Actors (ZINECDA). The project seeks to establish a network of ECDE actors in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe currently does not have a network that supports the development of ECDE in the country. This has resulted in fragmented approaches in ECDE and there is a knowledge gap in which ECDE actors do not even know who is working where and implementing what sort of program in the country.

Centre d’Appui à l’Education et au Développement Communautaire (CEDECO)

The Support Centre for Education and Community Development, CEDECO acronym, is a non-profit association for the promotion and defense of human rights. It is endowed with legal personality granted by the Governor of South Kivu province, recorded at the Department of Justice by Certificate No. JUST 112 / SV-S / 2789/2009. It is allowed to operate with the letter n ° 01/111 / GOUPRO-SK / 2013 of 12 March 2013 and has a F92 / 25 279 registered by the Ministry of Justice and Seal Guard in Kinshasa at No. JUST / SG / 20/1538/2015.

Cecily's Fund-Bwafwano Integrated Services

Bwafwano operates in four districts of the country. Namely, Lusaka, Chibombo, Chongwe and Mkushi Districts of Zambia with the Lusaka center being the secretariat. Bwafwano CHBCO was established in 1996 as a community response to the increasing number of HIV/AIDS/TB and OVC in Chipata catchments area, a peri-urban settlement of over 103,000 people north of Lusaka main city.

Africa Network Campaign for Education for All (ANCEFA)

The Africa Network Campaign for Education for All (ANCEFA) was established in the year 2000 and exists to champion the cause of quality inclusive education for all in Africa as well as to contribute to the global education agenda, debates and goal-setting.

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Inclusive Education in Zimbabwe: What guides us without a policy framework?

Inclusive education is a rights-based approach to education which appreciates diversity among learners and their unique educational needs. Inclusive education centres its efforts on children who are vulnerable and prone to exclusion and marginalisation.

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The Doma, a people forsaken

A traditional hunter-gatherer community, the Doma live on the extreme margins of Zimbabwean society. They play no role nor even have knowledge of the country-wide movement that threatens the very core of the state. Theirs is a daily and painful struggle to survive, totally neglected and forsaken.

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Partnering to Provide Second Chance and Inclusive Education to Children and Youth in Zimbabwe

With this pilot, OSISA and World Education/Bantwana are providing a second chance to secondary school aged children who had fallen out of school, while expanding opportunities for children with disabilities.


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