Thursday 26 April 2018

A reading child is prosperous Kyrgyzstan

On the 21-st of April, 2018 there was a celebration of World Book and Copyright Day, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the great writer Ch. Aitmatov. It was organized and conducted in close partnership with MoES KR, MCIT KR, USAID, and other international and local organizations. The FFE Project, Save the Children also took an active part in that event.  

Thursday 6 April 2017

Better Education and Better ECD centers for the Children of Kyrgyzstan Project held Training of Trainers workshop

Better Education and Better ECD centers for the Children of Kyrgyzstan Project has conducted Training of Trainers workshop with the participation of 20 trainees from Chui and Osh Provinces.

The TOT engaged participants in a comprehensive, three day distributive learning process that built the knowledge and skills required to effectively train educators to deliver assistance in improving the quality of education and upbringing of children in pre-school educational organizations.

Wednesday 29 July 2015

Save the Children supports the professional development and improvement of Early Childhood Development Centres in Kyrgyzstan

To promote the development of children, Save the Children has been actively supporting comprehensive improvement of early childhood care at Early Childhood Development centres across Kyrgyzstan. Since 2014, Save the Children, with funding from Save the Children Korea, has been implementing the "Early Childhood Development” project. The goal of the project is to improve access to quality early childhood education by developing the Early Childhood Development Centers (ECD) and supporting preschool education reforms in Kyrgyzstan.

Monday 22 June 2015

“I Am a Reader” competition showcases student enthusiasm for education in Tajikistan

On Thursday, June 4, the USAID Quality Reading Project’s Umeda Ermatova stood before an eager, uniformed second-grade classroom in the city of Kulob in southern Tajikistan, preparing to proctor a reading exam. When she asked what work the students had done over the course of the past academic year, small hands shot into the air.

“I wrote a story based on a picture of a lake,” one boy proudly reported. A girl on the other side of the room piped up, “I memorized a poem about a village family.”

Friday 12 June 2015

Promoting inclusive education, Kyrgyz social worker learns and teaches new methodology

As a 13-year social worker for a secondary school in Kyrgyzstan, Janulai Sulaimanova has faced many challenges in promoting inclusive education. The Ak-Suu secondary school in Moskovskii district, Chui region, Kyrgyzstan, is located in a semi-urban area featured by high levels of both internal and external migration, and hosts a mix of ethnically and linguistically diverse people. This diversity at times poses difficulty for Sulaimanova’s work.