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  1. 2014.10.28 Hamdan Award 2014: Quality Learning Through Encouraging Teachers


“A good teacher holds the keys to quality learning,” declared the UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova during the ceremony of UNESCO-Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Prize for Outstanding Practice and Performance in Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers. On October 7th, along with celebrating 20th anniversary celebrations for World Teacher’s Day, Hamdan Award ceremony was held in Paris, France. Three laureates were selected from 99 projects received from 64 countries.

- Oxfam Novib and Education International (Belgium): “Quality Educators for All: Every Child needs a Good Teacher (Quality-Ed)”. 

The programme was established in Mali and Uganda in 2007. It brings together government representatives, teachers unions, civil society and academics to develop a competence profile for primary school teachers in order to reform teacher training and professional development programmes. 

- SOS Villages d’enfants (Madagascar): Teacher Training Programme

This program has provided training, through non-formal classes, specifically targeting primary and secondary school teachers since 2011. 

- The ProEd Foundation (Panama): Teachers Teaching Teachers – Professional Learning Community (PLC) project. 

This project aims to provide high-quality, continuous professional development for teachers and school administrators of all ethnic, socioeconomic and gender orientations in Panama’s public and low-income private schools.

(You can find detailed information on three projects by clicking here

The Prize, created in 2009 and funded by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, is awarded every two years to projects that make an exceptional contribution to the improvement of teaching quality, especially in developing countries or in disadvantaged or marginalized communities.

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