20 June 2012

Namibia: United Nations International Children's Education Fund , EU Help Sonop

The Ministry of Education with the support of the United Nations International Children's Education Fund (Unicef) and the European Delegation to Namibia, is helping schools in Namibia to improve efficiency and education outcomes.

One of these schools is the Sonop Primary School, one of eight pilot schools, which is currently busy with its pilot. It will be running for a period of 36 months having already started in October 2011. The objective is "to have systems in place to contribute to efficient and effective education service delivery through enhanced grassroots level engagements in primary school governance and sector monitoring at regional and national levels".

In this regard a march took place from Charney Spar up to the school in which a few stakeholders were involved. The Principal of Sonop, C.D.G. Christiaan, described the event as a huge success thanking all who were involved for their dedication and commitment towards the days event.

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