Today (23rd August, 2016) NEP is organizing the Quarterly Meeting with Provincial Education Sector Working Group at Diakonia Center (ICF). 53 participants (Female=18) from 31 NGO members and non-members are participated in this meeting.
The purpose of this meeting is sharing the overall education 2030 framework for action/SDG4, the experience of networking from Philippines, discussing about P-ESWG learning event, selecting national research topics and the research review topics and the discussing the linkage of national JTWG/ ESWG and P-ESWG/P-JTWG.
Mr. Chin Chanveasna, Executive Director of NEP welcomes and thanks to all participants for their contribution the valued time to participate in this meeting, and he mention about the role of P-ESWG to mobilize NGOs in their province for participation in the meeting and raise concern or any issues to JTWG for working together to address the problems in their target province. The key point result and minute of this meeting will be shared to all NEP members in soon. Please kindly click here to download all slide presentation of this meeting
10 participants (8 representatives from 7 Provincial education networks and 2 NEP staff) joint international exchange learning from 15 to 20 August, 2016 in Philippines to learn experience and good practices from on how to strengthen national and sub-national CSOs networks in education to advocate for access and quality of education. This international exchange is conducted under EU support to NEP, thank to EU delegation for this support.
The 10 participants have seen their capacity increased in area of national network management, sub-national CSO development, coordination and cooperation and espcially grassroots advocacy. The outcomes of this learning exchange were shared to representatives of all 25 provincial educations networks (P-ESWG) during the quarterly P-ESWG meeting held on 23 August 2106.
The 8 representatives of P-ESWGs will shared this knowledge secured from Philippines to all NGOs members in their respective provinces.
An important sharing with all detail lessons learnt and best practices will be shared again in November 2016 during the learning event of P-ESWG with participation of all 25 P-E SWGs.