International

12:59 07/09/2010
School in Zanzibar

Leading learning in Zanzibar

I was delighted to hear about the fantastic progress of a research project that I’ve been supporting in Zanzibar. VSO volunteers Martin Brown and Yasmin Ajmal were working directly for the Commissioner for Education and Director of Inspection in the Zanzibar Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT).

Over the course of their… Read more »

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