In its three-year strategy from 2021-2023 DVV International will particularly focus on the needs of women. Therefore a study on women`s barriers to (non-formal) education was conducted in the end of 2020. Based on the results of this study DVV I will develop three approaches that benefit women particularly in remote and rural areas.
The project objective in the three-year-strategy reads as follows:
“Actors in NFE have been strengthened in providing target-oriented adult education activities to women, particularly in rural and remote areas.”
“3 ALE/NFE concepts to support women have been developed and piloted in 5 villages by the end of the funding phase. On-going evaluation of the pilots provides evidence about the achievement of the intended learning outcomes.”
“At least three institutions/organisations have been particularly trained in managing NFE activities and thereby applying new NFE approaches for women. A follow-up survey provides evidence if the trainers have achieved the intended learning outcomes.”
In order to achieve the project objective, DVV I partners with the Department of Non-Formal Education (DNFE) and will develop approaches in the following three areas: