Teachers' Voices Season 2 Episode 10

Join educational researcher Nina Alonso for this podcast series as she shares powerful stories from teachers around the world, talking in their own words about their own experiences. 

How can education be transformed so that all children, including the most underprivileged, have access to learning? 

In this episode, Nina talks to Armando Ali in Kenya about organisations promoting children’s foundational learning across Africa, South Asia, and South America. Nina also hears from Francis Bizoza about accelerated learning interventions that help children catch up with foundational learning in a refugee camp in Uganda. Finally, Nina speaks to Koen Verrecht about his experiences working with the most underprivileged children who are out of school and living on the streets.

The guests share caring, respectful approaches and innovative solutions that can offer new opportunities for the most vulnerable children around the world.

Guests and resources

Armando Ali, CEO of the People’s Action for Learning Network

Francis Bizoza

Learning Equality

Amal Alliance

Koen Verrecht, Strategic Education Advisor at VVOB


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