The CLC component is focused on revamping the former community centers, and upgrade them into Community Learning Centers (CLCs) based at the Parish Level. The CLCs are aimed at improving access to and participation of the non and semi literates and the wider community in community led development process through integrated service delivery.
The Guidelines provide systematic implementation modalities for CLC establishment, operationalization, management and sustainability. These guidelines have been developed through a consultative process and are expected to guide all stakeholders in the implementation of the CLC modality.
The overall purpose of the evaluation is to understand the extent to which DVV International has assisted the MGLSD in the establishment of a new, integrated adult education system. The evaluation is based on the ALESBA conceptual framework and is using its tools and the uses peer review methodology.
In mid-2020 DVV International in preparation for CONFINTEA VII in 2022, and towards understandings and conclusions that will strengthen the contribution of ALE and LLL towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals visualised 7-9 country studies and examined what is being done to provide ‘popular ALE’ in this decade and beyond. This report summarising global trends, based where possible on the quantitative study data.
The MGLSD with support from the German Adult Education Association (DVV International) has been implementing the Integrated Community Learning for Wealth Creation (ICOLEW) programme. The programme is premised on 5 components namely: literacy and numeracy acquisition and enhancement; Village Savings and Loans Association; Livelihoods and business development skills support; Community Learning Centers (CLCs) establishment; and Institutional capacity strengthening and support. This document provides a comprehensive overview of this programme.