The Zambian Education and Skills Sector Plan (ESSP) 2017 – 2021 provides details of Key Issues relating to Early Childhood Education, Primary, Secondary and Tertiary levels.
The number of public centres for ECE in 2016 was only 1,849 with a total of 160,424 learners (77,993 males and 82,431 females), from a total eligible population of 2,118,289 (3–6-year- olds). However, the rate of enrolment is still below 10 per cent of the total population of the target age group.
The Zambian SO Servers are admitted at our institution to undergo training in the following courses of the Serve Ourselves program:
1. Community Awareness
2. Research for Impact & Project Management
3. Teaching Children
4. Sampling & Data Collection
Serve Ourselves is going to unveil an extremely low cost product for use on all kinds of phones. This platform is a low cost initiative which is used on any kind of phone. With more than 13 million phone users in Zambia and many users in rural areas, this revolutionary system is expected to uplift many school children’s confidence and it will motivate parents and guardians to participate in children’s education for better outcomes.
No internet connection needed for access to educational services and materials.
The package is an easy to use platform which can be used by children, guardians and teachers More Details Coming!! So, let’s get together and get it done together!
The Serve Ourselves project coordinator Mr. Brian Mbulo has hailed the government for introducing free education. Mr. Mbulo has stated that free education has just come at the right time. He observed that the next step after access is quality education which the government should now ensure to achieve. In his reaction to the government’s policy on free eduction
Serve Ourselves conducts workshops for early childhood teachers. These workshops are meant to empower early childhood teachers with the various skills needed when teaching early learners.
Our workshops are tailored to the needs of the teachers.