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    EI to launch World Teachers’ Day 2007

    Education International

    Teachers and their unions from all around the world will campaign together on October 5th, World Teachers’ Day, to call for Quality Teachers for Quality Education!

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    Burkina Faso: Pandemic stabilising but teachers still at risk

    Education International

    The two teachers' unions working on the EFAIDS Programme in Burkina Faso - the National Union of Secondary and Higher Education Teachers (SNESS) and the National Union of African Teachers of Burkina (SNEAB - have commissioned a study to explore the impact of HIV and AIDS on the teaching body, and to come up with methods of addre...

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    Uganda: UNATU react to claims of teachers rejecting posts

    Education International

    In June, the Monitor newspaper reported that some 2,000 teachers had turned down government job offers in Uganda. The article echoes the surprise of the Ministry of Education on the apparent rejection of these posts. EI affiliate the Ugandan National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) has since reacted to these misleading statements.

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    Botswana: Teacher Union Study Tour to Zambia

    Education International

    Last May Roy Mwaba, General Secretary of the Zambia National Union of Teachers (ZNUT), paid a visit to the Botswana Teachers Union (BTU) in order to share experiences on the EFAIDS Programme. From 10-13 June BTU representatives paid a return visit to ZNUT in Zambia. Led by Ronald Ketshabe (BTU EFAIDS Coordinator), the Deputy Ge...

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