INCE News & Activities

INCE Sierra Leone visits Driestar Christian University

INCE Sierra Leone visits Driestar Christian University

In October the consortium members CTF and EFSL from INCE Sierra Leone visited the Netherlands to work on their proposition at the Woord en Daad office. During their stay the team visited Driestar as well. Sjoerd van den Berg looks back at the visit, which ended with...

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Building a relationship with the government

Building a relationship with the government

Developments have continued in Guatemala with the INCE team! During a meeting with all consortium members in Guatemala in July, the team envisioned the potential to build on the work of one of the consortium partners. This partner has been working hard in Guatemalan...

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Six model schools set an example in Nepal

Six model schools set an example in Nepal

A good example is followed well, as the expression says. Exactly that principle is at the heart of the model schools which are established in Nepal. These schools have two important functions: they are a good example for other schools to follow, and they offer good...

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Schools in Burkina Faso fill in scorecard to improve

Schools in Burkina Faso fill in scorecard to improve

Two schools in Burkina Faso took the challenge to fill in the scorecard. This scorecard gives an overview of the quality of the education at the school. On the basis of the results the schools can start a trajectory to improve the quality of its education. In the...

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Kick off INCE Guatemala

Kick off INCE Guatemala

Early May (7-10) key stakeholders from Guatemala came to the Netherlands to start taking concrete steps towards realizing critical systematic change in Education in the Guatemalan context. The four days were full of meetings and interaction between the Guatemalan and...

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Teacher education program in Nepal

Teacher education program in Nepal

Basic education is the start of a lifelong learning. It is important to have a good start! Good education can be realised when there are well-educated and qualified teachers. They are at the heart of learning and teaching the children after all.

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Evolvement of education collaboration in Haiti

Evolvement of education collaboration in Haiti

For more than 25 years Woord en Daad has been implementing an education programme in Haiti in cooperation with its partner organisations. These partners reach at least 10.000 children per year through direct support, teacher training and curriculum development. In...

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INCE Burkina Faso starting the first pilots

INCE Burkina Faso starting the first pilots

In 2017 INCE Burkina Faso was the first INCE country. A business plan was written for the set-up and implementation of INCE BF early 2017. A project leader was appointed and in May 2017 INCE Burkina Faso started officially with a kick-off in the Netherlands. INCE BF...

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INCE explores Guatemala

INCE explores Guatemala

Guatemala, a country known about its increasing inequality, poverty, migration, broken families and violence. But also a high percentage of young people, openness for Christian education and a number of actors working on improvement of quality of education. A country...

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INCE ambition for Benin

INCE ambition for Benin

In 2018 INCE Benin will be set up. Early 2018 there will be started with the building of a consortium of relevant partners who can become a strong network together. With the consortium to be set up, the strategy of INCE Benin will be defined later this year....

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Upward delegation

Upward delegation

The Educational Leadership course in Freetown is in full swing. 15 participants are working hard on their leadership skills. I am being assisted by co-trainer Theresa A. Saccoh. We have explained that leadership for us is not about ‘rules and laws’, but about how you use your personality to lead.

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Mr. Cane

Mr. Cane

It is the final day of our Train the Trainers course in Freetown. We’ve been working hard for three days to prepare ourselves and the local trainers for the training course we’ll give next week. Together we’re imagining what it will be like to be an African instructor giving Dutch-style training to African colleagues.

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