Jan 10, 2021 – Mar 31, 2021
The Afghanistan Quality Learning (AQL) project led by the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) in collaboration with the Ministry of Education (MoE) is improving the quality and relevance of education in rural areas by supporting interventions at the school, district, provincial, and national levels that strengthen academic supervision, promote teacher development, and improve learning environments. The project is funded by the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation and co-implemented by Save the Children and CARE Afghanistan.
TAGHEER Mosbat is contracted by AKF to conduct a literature review of the available professional development content and assessment reports to develop short scripts from National curriculum on school administration, academic supervision, and pedagogy skills. The content later will be filmed to form a digital library; all based on validation of the professional development needs of school education and administration staff followed by the feedback and approval of the Ministry of Education – Afghanistan.
This effort by TAGHEER, AQL, and MoE aims to supporting the educational institutions at the national and sub-national levels for lasting services that enhance their performance and work quality.