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Call for Short Term Consultants, Terms of Reference for External Evaluation

Myanmar’s education sector has been neglected over many decades and is facing a series of challenges, one of which is the important dropout rate from formal schooling system (30% dropped out after primary school and 85% after high school). At present, over 5 million school-age children and young people are out of the schooling system with serious literacy problems.The Ministry of Education h.
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2019-07-04 05:27:51

Digital Literacy Teachers Training #DLTT Kicks Off in Yangon

24 June 2019, Yangon – Myanmar Book Aid and Preservation Foundation (MBAPF) and the US ICT Council for Myanmar kicked off their Digital Literacy Teachers Training (DLTT) pilot program today in Yangon with 33 participating secondary school teachers. The DLTT, supported by the Ministry of Education (MOE), aims to equip teachers with essential digital knowledge and skills that align with the capaci.
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2019-07-03 02:30:02

Presenting success stories of "Let's Read" project

During the management meeting of Singapore Myanmar Investico Group at Malia hotel on 19 June 2019, Dr. Thant Thaw Kaung, Executive Director of MBAPF, has presented success stories of "Let's Read" Project which is currently being implemented by the successful collaboration between Myanmar Book Aid and Preservation Foundation, Myanmar Library Association, Ministry of Education, and an international .
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2019-07-03 02:23:49

Mobile Information Literacy Training @Ministry of Foreign Affairs

We take great pleasure in conducting 'Mobile Information Literacy' Training for the third time at 'Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nay Pyi Taw'.We also would like to express our deep gratitude for The Asia Foundation's generous support and arrangements for our recent 'Mobile Information Literacy' Trainings at -1. Union Parliament, Nay Pyi Taw2. Ministry of Information, Nay Pyi Taw3. Ministry of Info.
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2019-06-30 12:06:11

KolibriFly

New Vision Library-IT School, Intensity Library and Yone Kyi Yar-Knowledge Propagation Society and Library are now equipped with "Kolibri". Using the tablets, library visitors can now watch Burmese-subtitled offline videos on Khan Academy Channel which covers a variety of subjects for learners.With special thanks to -Learning Equality for your Kolibri Hardware Grant ProgramKhan Academy Burmese.
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2019-06-30 03:52:14

Tech Age Girls Myanmar

A mobile bike library was donated to Ma The Nu San, one of the Tech Age Girls Myanmar, from Phaung Taw Oo monastic school at the CSR ceremony of Ooredoo..
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2019-06-29 07:40:42