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Gaining new perspectives and abilities, dealing with a painful past, strengthening self-esteem and self-realization, enjoying a sense of community with new friends, having fun, feeling young again, escaping from everyday life and learning new ways to communicate, these are just some of the reasons that brought adults, especially elderly people, to the Adult Education Centers in Georgia and motivated them to start learning again.

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Farrell Hunter, Country Director of DVV International in South Africa, talks about a workshop which reflected on the role and challenges of community non-formal and popular education in the broader education context in South Africa.

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Despite many efforts which are underway to ensure quality education and to open access to literacy education, the illiteracy rate in Afghanistan is still high. According to optimistic estimations the illiteracy rate in Afghanistan is 62 % and is considered among the highest in the world. DVV International and partners like ANAFAE fight to improve the situation, but they require more attention and support.

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Oui, mon nom est Youba Cisse, bien lu, c’est mon nom. Un homme responsable des questions de genre!

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Read Amanuel Hadera's account of the implementation of new adult education methods in a rural Ethiopian setting.

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Die Formel klingt fast zu simpel, doch sie funktioniert - zumindest in Mali: Grundbildung + landwirtschaftliche Weiterbildung = mehrfache Ernte. Ein Blick auf malische Felder.

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Gaining new perspectives and abilities, dealing with a painful past, strengthening self-esteem and self-realization, enjoying a sense of community with new friends, having fun, feeling young again, escaping from everyday life and learning new ways to communicate, these are just some of the reasons that brought adults, especially elderly people, to the Adult Education Centers in Georgia and motivated them to start learning again.

Read more

Farrell Hunter, Country Director of DVV International in South Africa, talks about a workshop which reflected on the role and challenges of community non-formal and popular education in the broader education context in South Africa.

Read more

Despite many efforts which are underway to ensure quality education and to open access to literacy education, the illiteracy rate in Afghanistan is still high. According to optimistic estimations the illiteracy rate in Afghanistan is 62 % and is considered among the highest in the world. DVV International and partners like ANAFAE fight to improve the situation, but they require more attention and support.

Read more

Oui, mon nom est Youba Cisse, bien lu, c’est mon nom. Un homme responsable des questions de genre!

Read more

Read Amanuel Hadera's account of the implementation of new adult education methods in a rural Ethiopian setting.

Read more