Non-Formal Education Policy of the LAO PDR. “Sharing for Learning-Experiences and Lessons from NFE for Lao PDR and Cambodia”, dvv international, Regional Office Southeast Asia, Vientiane, 11 and 12 May, 2010 Presented by: Mr. Ounpheng Khammang
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“Sharing for Learning-Experiences and Lessons
from NFE for Lao PDR and Cambodia”,
dvv international, Regional Office Southeast Asia, Vientiane,
11 and 12 May, 2010
Presented by: Mr. Ounpheng Khammang
Deputy Director-General of the DNFE, MoE, Lao PDR
Sources: National Statistic Center (Census 2005)
Ministry of Education
Non Formal Education Department
Upgrading Educ. Division
NFE Development Center
District Education Bureau
Provincial Education Service
South Regional NFE Center
North Regional NFE Center
Increased enrolment in non-formal education programs with an increased investment in village-based community lifelong learning centres.
Target: Improvements in the design of NFE vocational and rural skills training programs.
Annually enrol 2% of illiterate adults and 20% of primary school dropouts in non-formal primary courses.
Annually enrol 2% of illiterate adults in adult literacy programs.
Component 1a: Access and Quality for Pre-Primary and Primary Education Levels
Component 1b: Non-formal approach to primary and pre-primary education
Component 1c: School Feeding for Pre-Primary and Primary Education Levels
Component 2: Improved Education Sector Efficiency, Governance and Performance Management
In order to reach the “unreached” - the 10% of children who currently never attend school – the program will progressively phase in a ‘non-formal’ approach to primary and pre-primary education:
mobile teachers (who will travel to remote villages without a school);
and ‘play groups’ (pre-primary groups in villages without a a pre-primary classroom and complete primary school).