ERFA has a partnership with Mary MacKillop Today to support the Ermera Teacher Training & Tetun Literacy Program in Timor Leste. Mary MacKillop Today has an in-country office and has responsibility for the governance of nine Edmund Rice pre-primary schools (TEKA’s) where 291 children are enrolled. ERFA’s partnership delivers training to teachers, parents and other members in the community to support delivery of the national Tetum literacy curriculum, numeracy and health education together with resources.
ERFA was pleased to receive an Australian Aid Friendship Grant from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to support this program in 2019.
in teaching methodologies, classroom management and lesson planning for effective literacy and health education
in their important role in early childhood education including basic literacy and numeracy training and in-home learning activities
in child protection and positive discipline
for 23 teachers
and needs of 156 district teachers and 1,200 parents
to support all programming
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