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Japan Invests $10M in Teacher Training as Part of Education Policy

Japan Invests $10M in Teacher Training as Part of Education Policy

The Government of Japan, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), announced that it has already invested 10 million dollars in implementing an Education Policy Formulation programme in Mozambique.

This initiative has already benefited a total of 2,000 teachers based in Gaza province, in the south of the country, who have been trained in innovative teaching and learning methods.

According to JICA’s representative in Mozambique, Tsuji Takayuki, the idea is to improve the quality of teaching by sharing the educational experiences of the two countries, pointing out that every year a total of 50 national teachers travel to that Asian country for exchange programmes.

“Japan is a developed country and has consolidated experience to pass on to Mozambique. This programme is an opportunity for national teachers to acquire Japanese teaching experience and implement it in their daily lives,” he said.

Takayuki added that sharing knowledge is very important for improving the quality of teaching at national level.

Over the last 20 years, the Asian country has invested around 1.6 billion dollars in different development projects throughout the country, particularly in the infrastructure, agribusiness and natural resources sectors.

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