Review of formal primary school curriculum, adult literacy curriculum, and non-formal education materials, identifying opportunities to integrate environmental themes
This report is in fulfillment of Deliverable 23 (formerly Deliverable 26); “Report summarizing findings of review of formal primary school curriculum, adult literacy curriculum, and non-formal education materials, and identifying opportunities to integrate environmental themes.”
The report covers findings and analyses from the formal primary school curriculum, including opportunities identified to integrate environmental themes. Unfortunately, there were very limited adult literacy and non-formal education resources found with opportunities for integration of environmental themes. The Ministry of Education (MoE) and other education stakeholders had coinciding opinions about what should be considered the “target” for integration of environmental themes. These priorities for integration are discussed in further details below.
Following consultations with MoE officials, a consensus was reached that PROSPER will take the lead to work with partners to identify and prioritize environmental themes, while the MoE will lead the identification of opportunities within the national curriculum for the integration of those themes.
The PROSPER Project offers opportunities for non-formal education within the project target areas through its established objectives.