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A Big Boost for Teacher Development & Online Learning in Rwanda

With the support of the Mastercard Foundation, the Belgian Government (the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation-DGD), and VVOB - education for development, 3,000 laptops were delivered to 30 districts in Rwanda. This initiative will help establish an enabling environment for online continuous professional development (CPD) for teachers and school leaders, which is also part of the Mastercard Foundation's Leaders in Teaching initiative. Learn more.

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3,000 laptops were delivered to 30 districts in Rwanda in an initiative involving multiple partners--the Mastercard Foundation, the Belgian Government's Directorate-General for Development Cooperation-DGD and VVOB – education for development and Enabel. The initiative will help establish an enabling environment for online continuous professional development (CPD) for teachers and school leaders.

Online continuous professional development (CPD) for teachers and school leaders is being offered in Rwandan secondary education in 14 districts as part of the Mastercard Foundation’s Leaders in Teaching initiative.

3,000 laptops were delivered to 30 districts in Rwanda in an initiative involving multiple partners--the Mastercard Foundation, the Belgian Government's Directorate-General for Development Cooperation-DGD and VVOB – education for development and Enabel. The initiative will help establish an enabling environment for online continuous professional development (CPD) for teachers and school leaders.

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