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Teaching English Better!

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Intensive training for English language teachers that will result in improved language education for 700 children in Teddim area of Chin state
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Teaching English Better!

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Learning English is very popular among children in the Chin state of Burma. Increasingly, it is also a great investment in future employment, as opportunities expand in tourism industry, international businesses and non-profit organizations. However, teachers in the area were often trained only in outdated language education methods based on memorization and theoretical study of grammar. The Community Development Organization has therefore decided to bring in experienced educators to train local primary school teachers in new methods of language instruction. Total of 35 teachers will be trained in two phases of the project. In just one year after the training, these teachers will reach 700 local children.

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Name of Organization Community Development Organization
About the Organisation

Community Development Organization (Cdeo) is a network of volunteers who actively use their commitment to promote better development of their communities. Some actvities of Cdeo include rural development, micro-credit, sustaining agriculture and livelihoods, education initiatives, women empowerment, youth empowerment and health programs.

Total Costs MMK 769,000 (approx. CZK 16,000 / EUR 600 / USD 800)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 16,000
Total Number of Shares 32
Location Teddim, Burma/Myanmar
Timeframe 2014
Progress Update Both phases of the training were completed successfully in June and July 2014. Additionally, through one of the trainers, the local initiative was able to identify a partner organization which will help to continue similar activities next year and beyond.

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