MINISTER for Education Nick Kuman is calling on more donor agencies to work with the Government for effective delivery of projects in the country.
When commending the European Union (EU) for supporting education in boosting teachers’ training in PNG, he said the union had contributed greatly towards quality outcome of teacher training.
“The teacher training programme, which is funded by EU, has supported the teachers from the remote schools in PNG over the term of the project.
“This is in support of the department’s vision to train 6000 teachers throughout the country,” Kuman said.
“EU will take away some of our burdens but we have a big task to train a lot more teachers in the next five years to ensure that universal basic education in our development agenda is fulfilled.”
Kuman said the department wanted a holistic approach to the entire education system where the government and donor agencies could work side by side to provide quality education.
He said one of the things the department was embarking on was bringing quality teacher training education.
He said the government wanted to see that money from the donor agencies was well spent because donors could use it as measurement for other beneficial projects in the country.
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