News/Stories

Promoting Inclusive Education

Building on the findings of the Situational Analysis on the Status of Sexual and Reproductive Health of Students and Gender-Based Violence in Technical and Vocational Colleges in Malawi and the Gender and Inclusion Study, STEP is working with the Department of Technical and Vocational Education and Training to develop a

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Putting an end to “Half-Baked” Technicians

Technical College Principals have agreed to work on building productive relationship with the industry in order for their institutions to be training skilled workforce corresponding to industry needs. This has been established through a peer-to-peer visit that STEP has been facilitating and supporting in three regions of the country –

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TEVET Principals Benefit from Peer-to-Peer Learning

Principals of Community Technical Colleges and Community Skills Development Centres were able to visit their counterparts in other institutions and share best practices as a result of an exercise supported by STEP. The peer-to-peer learning experience was the brain-child of Mr. Todini Marecha who leads Component 3 of the UNESCO

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Sharing Information on TEVET – LUANAR Research

There are a number of institutions, Government and non-Governmental agencies involved in TEVET in Malawi and it is critical that these agencies have regular exchanges of information on their plans and activities. Members of the STEP team actively participated in just such an exchange session at Ufulu Gardens, Lilongwe on

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TAIMA “HERE WE STAND” POEM – AUDIO AND VIDEO LAUNCHED!

Robert Chiwamba, STEP ambassador has launched Taima (Here We Stand) to call on all people of Malawi to end gender based violence. The poem Taima (Here We Stand) calls on all people to take a stand against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and particularly for men to be role models as advocates

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