CSTL PULSE

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CSTL supports Education Ministers fulfil their commitments and intentions of providing quality education to all children. The programme was developed by the SADC Secretariat in partnership with MIET AFRICA, UNESCO Regional Office and UNICEF ESARO. It provides a comprehensive approach to addressing barriers to teaching and learning that are associated with health- and poverty-related challenges.

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Addressing Barriers to Learning and Development

MIET AFRICA employs a holistic and comprehensive approach to addressing barriers to development.

Emerging out of our Schools as Centres of Care and Support model, this focus area entails supporting the transformation of education institutions in SADC Member States into inclusive centres of learning, care and support, where every learner, especially the most vulnerable, can learn. Key to achieving this is the reduction of the impact of societal, systemic, pedagogical and intrinsic barriers that impede the achievement of the Education For All targets and Sustainable Development Goals.

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CSTL is a programme through which Ministries of Education of the SADC Member States can lead and coordinate the range of care and support services delivered to regional schools. Continue reading.


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