CLC DEVELOPMENT: MUTUAL EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES OF CLCS IN CAMBODIA, LAO PDR, VIETNAM, AFGHANISTAN AND JAPAN
Community learning centre (CLCs) are local educational institutions, established with the purpose of promoting individual empowerment and enhancing sustainable development of the whole community by offering lifelong learning opportunities for all. With that sense of purpose, CLCs have a pivotal role to play and attract special attention from the whole society. Being aware of the significance as well as enormous potential of CLCs on educational and social development, SEAMEO CELLL, with technical and financial support from DVV-International, organised a workshop entitled “CLC Development: Mutual Exchange of Good Practices of CLCs in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Japan” on 7-8 June 2017 at SEAMEO CELLL office in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The workshop brought together 25 specialists and officials involved in CLC development from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Vietnam, and Afghanistan to share successful models and practices of CLC management and operation within their own countries. The presentations and case examples from the participating countries aroused keen interest among the participants, offering substantial input for ensuing discussions about the applicability of those good practices from one country to another.
Click here for the workshop's presentations and photos.