During their long-term teaching practice throughout the academic year 2016, Team 2014 continued the tradition of implementing micro projects for the benefit of the rural communities in which they were working. 60 micro projects undertaken, ranging from vegetable gardens, youth clubs, and literacy training, to tree planting, small-scale farming, health and hygiene, construction of classrooms and teachers’ residences, and 40 Pedagogical Sessions for teachers without formal qualifications. 4,800 people participated in the microprojects and a further 2,500 people were reached through these activities. Monitoring of the projects was carried out at different levels, including visits by EPF supervisors, students’ reports, and follow up on the part of the municipal offices of education and of agriculture.
Project Activities and Results
- Team 2013: 89 students, 30 Female and 59 Male, graduated in January 2016
- Team 2014: 66 students, 29 Female and 37 Male.
- Team 2015: 113 students, 50 Female and 63 Male.
- Team 2016: 90 students, 30 Female and 60 Mles.