UNELTA is dedicated to expanding strides by continuously participating in networks of Teachers’ Associations in the East African region, the African Continent and the world at large.
This week of 15th – 19th August, 2016, the Association, together with other associations from 17 countries, is participating in the Regional Hornby School: Building sustainable networks among ELT Associations in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is a follow up on last year’s workshop on Capacity Building as the British Council seeks to enhance the capacity of Teachers’ Associations in Africa with the view of improving teaching (in) English.
In organizing this workshop, the British Council has partnered with like-minded entities including TheAmerican Embassy, IATEFL, UNESCO, and TESOL. The Ministries of Education in Ethiopia and South Africa have also sent participants in this highly promising workshop.
With such engagements, it is highly expected that UNELTA will continue to grow as it shares knowledge, experiences and expertise with wider networks.
As UNELTA represents Uganda, other participating African countries include: Ethiopia, Rwanda, Sudan, South Africa, Cameroon, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cote D’Ivoire, Zambia, Senegal, Namibia, Nigeria, Angola and Djibouti.