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GTU CONDUCTS PROJECT END-LINE INTERFACE

GTU CONDUCTS PROJECT END-LINE INTERFACE

The Gambia Teachers Union conducted a three day (15-17 June 2022) project end-line interface at the Kiang Central Village of Tendaba.

GS Marie Antoinette Corr and Beverly Park CTF/FCE

The interface is meant to assess the level of impact the project has had on its participants and the union as a whole since its inception in June 2021.

The project dubbed (FIT) Fund for Innovation and Transformation is funded by the Government of Canada, through the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation and implemented by the Gambia Teachers’ Union through its partnership with the Canadian Teachers’ Federation. The project targets to support 48 young female teachers in the rural schools in The Gambia paired with 12 mentors to provide learning for the young female teachers to be aware of their rights, capacities, and opportunities.

Speaking at the interface, the General Secretary of GTU, Marie Antoinette Corr, thanked the Government of Canada through the CTF/FCE for sponsoring the the project. She recounted how impactful the project has been in the lives of the project participants.

Essa Sowe, the ‘FIT’ Project Officer in The Gambia equally expressed gratitude to the sponsors of the project.

YA MARIE GOMEZ-MENTEE
NYIMA JARJU-MENTEE

Ya Marie Gomez and Nyima Jarju, both beneficiaries of the mentorship programme recounted how significant the project has improved their lives. for Ya Marie, “The project has helped build my confidence in public speaking as well as understanding my rights as a young female teacher”, while Nyima added that “I used my mobile phone to conduct research on the topics I teach. This has helped to ensure interactive teaching and learning teaching and learning in my class”.

Beverly Park CTF/FCE

Beverly Park, of the CTF/FCE who flew to The Gambia to witness the interface showed appreciation of the level of impact the project has on the participants. she hailed the partnership between her organization and the GTU adding that, her organization is committed to partnering the GTU on implementation of projects in The Gambia.