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Support for non-formal primary education in Thailand and Burma
Burmese and Thai countryside migrants, out-of-school migrants and IDPs face many issues that hinder entry into recognised schooling. Burma's evolving policy offers the opportunity to go home, but need help to help make a seamless transition into Myanmar's educational system after their arrival.
Myanmar Literature Resource Center (MLRC) is committed to delivering good educational standards and alphabetisation by creating alphabetisation material, facilitate the sharing of information and learning tools, and provide trainings for non-formal educators (NFE). MLRC PLEsupport supervises the management of Non-Formal Primary Educational (NFPE) centres in Kayin State and Taninthyiri Division, Myanmar, and immigrant groups in Thailand.
The NRP Centres help extracurricular pupils aged 10-14 to achieve elementary schools by consolidating five years of elementary schools into two years. At the end of the programme and the examination, pupils are awarded a state-approved certification that allows them to enrol in the Burmese official educational system at their respective grades.
NFPE not only hosts undergraduates of all educational and alphabetization backgrounds, but also offers weekend and evening courses to provide accommodation for those who are often forced to work. While in Burma the NFPE in Kayin State provides 347 scholars (182M/165F) with entry to the NFPE, in Thailand it helps 116 immigrant pupils (56M/60F) finish elementary schooling, thus ensuring a smooth transition into Burma's official educational system if and when they rejoin.
In addition to supporting the pupils, MLRC assists the instructors within the framework of PLE by offering twice a year instructor trainings focusing on learning outcomes. In addition, MLRC monitors and evaluates the NFPE centres twice a year to make sure that high-quality vocational trainings are provided and that the NFPE goals are achieved. In response to the NFPE programme's popularity and popularity in Thailand and Burma, MLRC is currently implementing a donor-funded Non-Formal Middle Shool Educa-tion (NFMSE) programme to extend non-formal educational opportunities to older out-of-school youths and to make sure that more migrants and IDPs will have admission to recognised schooling.
This is a second possibility of learning for 10-14 year olds who have failed to attend elementary school and for those who have graduated from the NRP, a second possibility of further learning at official secondaries. The MLRC promotes alphabetization in Burma by creating alphabetisation material, facilitate the sharing of information and learning tools, and provide trainings for non-formal elementary school educators (NFPE).
MLRC, with the assistance of the PLE, is overseeing the management and formation of educators in the NFPE educational centres in Karen State and Tanintharyi in Burma and in the immigrant areas of Thailand, so that they can receive certified formation and guarantee a seamless transfer to the educational system in Burma in the fu-ture.