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Less than half of countries are implementing learning recovery strategies at scale to help children catch up
Statement by UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Education Stefania Giannini; UNICEF Director of Education Robert Jenkins; World Bank Global Director for Education Jaime Saavedra
Call for applications (TWAS Fellowships and TWAS Science Diplomacy course)
The following calls of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) are now open
2022 Call for PhD Fellowships
2022 Call for Postdoctoral Fellowships
2022 AAAS-TWAS Science Diplomacy course
For any queries, applicants should contact:
TWAS PhD and PostDoc Fellowships: email@example.com
AAAS-TWAS Science Diplomacy programme: firstname.lastname@example.org
Processus de candidature 2021
Online and Distance Learning for Teachers in Africa (ODLTA)
Training in the effective and contextualized use of distance teaching/learning, assessment techniques and approaches
Get your certificate after completion
2021 Call for applications: TWAS Fellowships for PhD studies and Postdoctoral research
We are pleased to announce that the 2021 TWAS Fellowships call for applications is open for PhD and PDoc programmes that are offered in the natural and related applied sciences to students and researchers from developing countries to gain postgraduate education and research experience at top global scientific institutions in the South.
The application eligibility requirements and deadlines vary according to the different fellowships.
For full details on eligibility criteria and application procedures,
please visit https://twas.org/opportunities/fellowships
Applications from nationals from S&T-Lagging countries (STLC) are especially encouraged.
For a list of the STLC see https://twas.org/66-countries
Applications from non-STLC developing countries are also accepted.
Women are particularly encouraged to apply.
For queries, applicants should contact email@example.com
Testimony given by a teacher who recovered from COVID 19
Témoignage donné par un enseignant qui s'est remis du COVID 19
Open and Distance Learning for Teachers in Africa (ODLTA)
Réouverture des écoles, partage de connaissances et d'expériences en Afrique
To strengthen the capacities of Member States in Africa in teacher policy and development.
An integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa where everyone has access to qualified, motivated and professionally supported teachers.