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Building schools and supporting communities by teaching children to read, write and count.
Due to the shortage of training possibilities - there are no movie colleges in Myanmar - and other pressures, many young Myanmar creatives cry out for inspirations and encourage them to improve their work.
Due to the shortage of training possibilities - there are no movie colleges in Myanmar - and other pressures, many young Myanmar creatives cry out for inspirations and encourage them to improve their work. They are also very interested in supporting the changes in their countries at grassroots levels.
The group of tutors consists of an inspiring, committed and committed ensemble of internationally renowned film-makers. YFS-owned documentary and advertising company Yangon Film Services has also made a name for itself as a maker of well-made documentary and advertising film for a steadily increasing number of customers. This work covers an amazing spectrum of themes and places across Myanmar.
Nouveau computer rooms
We' re setting up computer rooms in our secondary school. As most of the towns do not have access to the web, which we do not really need (or want) in our school, the system we use to teach in these laboratories is known as" the web in a box". Web-in-a-Box is a small, low-cost appliance that provides important web computing without an online presence.
The quality of basic training
Myanmar The Myanmar Qualitymanagement Basic Educational Program (QBEP) helped the Myanmar government to increase accessibility and enhance the standard of basic literacy for all schoolchildren. It should make sure that there is a comprehensive and fact-based approach to educational policy and planning at home. It also helped to provide good educational service to young people in 34 cities across the state.
Educational and infrastructures necessary for high-quality initial schooling have been reinforced. Proof has been provided to encourage lobbying and ensure a high standard of initial schooling. There has been a significant increase in the number of pupils enrolled in elementary school in the areas directly affected by the program. Development of new and/or improvement of current educational material, teacher trainings on child-friendly school establishment and operation norms, development of early childhood care and development material and educational kits, development of nursery material to promote early childhood languages acquisition, school teacher development, assistance in building and implementing non-formal elementary school programs, equipping a school with enhanced facility for the provision of clean and hygienic services, assistance to IDPs ( "IDPs") with temporal study opportunities, assistance in the improvement of educational programming at community levels.
This summary is available in Myanmar. Learn our tales about the implementation of QBEP across the nation. Completion and distribution of the National Strategic Education Plan, development of an alternative educational policy framework, implementation of a survey on child-friendly further education for teachers, provision of follow-up trainings on the needs determined in the Capacity Gap Analysis, provision of kindergarten and nursery school ( "KG") programmes throughout Germany - incl. monastery colleges and ethnical colleges - with KGKit.
In 2017 and 2018 BQBEP will concentrate on the State of Rakhine to further support school infrastructures, operate temp rooms in IDP camp sites and provide non-formal training and teachers' training. One-Minute Junior - a set of video clips created by 10-14 year old pupils in the QBEP-supported non-formal-educational program.