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The Education Watch Report 2011-12 titled “Skills Development in Bangladesh: Enhancing the Youth Skills Profile” was launched at the LGED-RDEC Auditorium, Agargaon, Dhaka on 11 May 2013 at 3:00 pm.

Mr. Nurul Islam Nahid MP, Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Education, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh was present as the Chief Guest on the occasion.

 

 

H.E. Dr. Urs Herren, Ambassador, Embassy of Switzerland and Mr. Salahuddin Kasem Khan, Co-Chair, Executive Committee of the National Skills Development Council (NSDC) was present as Special Guest of the session. The session was chaired by Mr. Kazi Rafiqul Alam, Chairperson of CAMPE Council and President of Dhaka Ahsania Mission. Dr. Manzoor Ahmed, Principal Researcher of the Study presented the key findings and Policy Recommendations. Ms. Rasheda K Choudhury, Executive Director CAMPE and Member Secretary Education Watch, and Mr. A M R Chowdhury, Convener Education Watch along with more than two hundred person representing concerned Government agencies, development partners, civil society, rights based groups, woman activist and journalist were present on the occasion.

 
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Every Child needs a Teacher

Teachers are nation builders! This year’s theme for the Global Action Week focused on the importance of quality teachers in establishing a child’s moral and academic foundation. Global Action Week-2013 was observed at national and sub-national levels in Bangladesh with the demands to improve the status of schools teachers and ensure access to quality education for all.

 

The main event of the week was the discussion meeting focusing the theme Every Child Needs a Teacher. More than one hundred civil society organizations participated in the week long program of GAW making up 38,549 participants from different walk’s of life.


50,000 posters focusing theme of GAW-2013 and 50,000 leaflets with demands to national and international policymakers was produced and disseminated to raise mass awareness and draw attention of the policy makers.


 
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A national workshop titled “Linking TVET in NFE Curriculum” was held at NSDC Conference room, Dhaka on 29 March 2013. The workshop was jointly organized by National Skill Development Council (NSDC) and CAMPE. Dr.Zafar Ahmed Khan, Secretary, Ministry of Expatriates’ Welfare and Overseas Employment graced the workshop as Chief Guest. Mr. Mohammed Alamgir, Director General, Bureau of Non-formal Education (BNFE), Mr. Shahjahan Mia, Director General, Directorate of Technical Education and  Prof. Abul Kashem, Chairman, Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) were present as Special Guests. Representatives from concerned NGOs and international agencies participated in the workshop and made valuable comments on inclusion of TVET in NFE curriculum. Mr. Jiban Kumar Chowdhury, Chief Executive Officer of NSDC presided over the meeting.


A brief presentation was made by Eng. Md. Hazrat Ali, Equipment Officer; DTE in the workshop on the basis of NFE curriculum review report prepared earlier by an expert taskforce. It could be mentioned here that CAMPE took initiative to review NFE curriculum for identifying the gaps through forming a taskforce comprising representatives from BNFE, DTE, NCTB and concerned NGOs.

 

 
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Thursday, April 18, 2013

Tanzanian deputy minister tells The Daily Star

Tanzania is willing to replicate the successful practices of Bangladesh in a host of public and private service projects, particularly the birth registration system.
Angellah Kairuki, deputy minister for constitutional and legal affairs of Tanzania, said, “I am highly impressed to see 90 percent achievement in birth registration in Bangladesh whereas Tanzania has recorded births of only 6.2 percent of its 44 million population.”


Angellah led a 16-member delegation from April 6-10 to Bangladesh with a key mission to learn how this country has achieved such a high level of success in registering birth.

Though the delegation could not visit adequately and go on to the field due to a series of hartal, it got highly impressed to learn about the processing of birth certificates, national identity cards, and passports and the operation of the data centre of Bangladesh Computer Council, Brac’s model school, community health centre, Aarong’s women-oriented programmes, fisheries and agricultural programmes, and micro financing.

 

 
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A National Seminar on “Peace and Value Education: Our Role” was held at Rajuk Uttara Model Collage Auditorium on 30th March, 2013, jointly organized by Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE) and Rajuk Uttara Model Collage. Mr. Md. Hafij Uddin Khan, Former Advisor to the Caretaker Government graced the seminar as the Chief Guest. Brigadier General Md. Imamul Huda, Principal of Rajuk Uttara Model Collage presided over the seminar. Dr. Shourav Sikder, Professor, Department of Linguistics and Director, Scandinavian Study Center, University of Dhaka presented the key note paper in the seminar, whereas Professor Dr. Abdul Mannan, Chief Editor, NCTB, Mr. Nasir Uddin, Director, Gono Unnayan Prochesta (GUP) and Ms. Sharbari Dey, Teacher, Gohira AJYMS High School, Chittagong were present as key discussants. A total of 124 representatives including 30 female from concerned Governments departments, NGOs, Schools and Civil Society attended the seminars.

 

 


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