7 January 2019

Aide et Action, strongly believes that learning multiple languages, especially English, is important in the present global scenario but not at the cost of one’s mother tongue.

In this context, a 4-day training programme was organized in Garhi, Madhya Pradesh from 17 to 21 December 2018 for 20 teachers from Paramayu and Jatpuri Jan Shiksha Kendra. This training was given by experts from English Connection, an organization specialized in English language and pedagogy.



The 4th consecutive training was organized with the support of Wildlife Conservation Trust under the schooling and learning improvement project. This training has improved the English language speaking skills of teachers and is helping the tribal children learn english language in addition to their mother tongue and Hindi.


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