Capacity Development for Education for All - CapEFA

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Capacity Development for Education For All (CapEFA) is an extrabudgetary funding mechanism and programme approach of UNESCO, financed by the governments of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Switzerland. It grew out of efforts to strategically support Member States thematic and operational needs and provide them with a more focused UNESCO engagement in the campaign for Education for All.

 

Capacity Development for Education for All - CapEFA

 

Integrating cross-cutting issues in the curriculum, Angola (2009-2011)

The IBE, in the context of the UNESCO CapEFA Programme "Integrating cross-cutting issues in the curriculum of schools and teacher training institutions", has collaborated with the Ministry of Education of Angola in the development of national guidelines. In 2010, through two workshops, more than 40 curriculum specialists and teacher trainers were trained on integrating cross-cutting issues in the curricula of schools and teacher training institutions.