July 2015

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    PAF Special News

    Farewell ED! The Board of Peoples Action Forum announces the retirement of Mrs. Jennifer Mukabe Chiwela from her position as Executive Director of PAF on 31st December 2011, a responsibility she passionately carried out from the founding of PAF in 1994. In her time in office have been in the employ of PAF, many more

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  • Achievements

    Since its establishment in 1994, PAF has undertaken community empowerment programmes. PAF has: Proved of basic education since 1997, now supporting 41 community schools and over 100 teachers . Initiated and maintains 117 Adult Learning Circles in with nearly 170 facilitators and well to help people in rural areas to become self-sustainable Facilitated the drilling

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    ANCEFA Chairperson

    AFRICAN NETWORK CAMPAIGN ON EDUCATION FOR ALL (ANCEFA) The African Network Campaign on Education For All (ANCEFA), is a dynamic and ever growing campaign network as the name suggests which has, since the year 2000, been advocating for the achievement of the 6 EFA goals. Its main focus is to help build strong national coalitions

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  • Liechtenstein Prime Minister

    Liechtenstein a country in Europe. It is the fourth smallest country in Europe and the sixth smallest in the world. It has a dimension of 24.8Km at the longest distance, 12.5Km at the widest. It has a total geographical area of 160Km sequared of which 41% is Wooded area, 31% Agricultural, 15% Unproductive and 10%

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  • UNESCO Literacy Award 2008

    PAF is one of the four countries world wide that have been recognized for the UNESCO International Literacy Awards this year. PAF’s “Reflect and HIV/AIDS” programme has this year won the UNESCO International King Sejong Literacy Award, recognizing the potential of communities’ literacy in the prevention and treatment of diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS. The “Reflect and

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  • Elements of Quality Education

    Elements of quality education include well trained teachers, availability of books, active participation of pupils through child-centred learning and appropriate infrastructure. PAF and its partners embarked on building the capacity of teachers based in rural areas through Child Friendly Teaching Methodologies. The approach allows teachers to assist the children to fully develop psychologically, physically and

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  • Lobbying

    HIV/AIDS is a worldwide pandemic that changes the lives of both the infected and affected. Through good policies we can fight the pandemic together with our leaders. Women and men in PAFs operational areas have joined the fight against HIV/AIDS. This understanding has compelled them to take policy makers and duty bearers in their communities

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  • Engaging the aged in development

    The aged have been sidelined in many spheres of development despite the valuable knowledge and experience they possess. PAF has been working with a group of Grandmothers who are guardians to their orphaned grandchildren . The grandmothers realized that they have a pivotal role to play in raising children that hold the future of this

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  • Action against HIV/AIDS through sport

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  • It is Never Too Late in Education

    Age is not a barrier in accessing education for 33 year old Vaidah Chilenga, a wife and mother of five. Mrs. Chilenga joined the literacy circles through PAFs adult education programmes, where she learnt how to read and write. She realized that it was never too late to learn. This was a turning point for

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