WEAVE Seeks Venture-Partners for its New Livelihood Program

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Chiang Mai September 2009  WEAVE, in collaboration with its local partners composed mainly of displaced and refugee women on the Thai-Burma borders, has developed a project that will provide safe employment, promote production and marketing of locally-produced handicrafts, improve food security and reduce dependency on refugee ration.

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July E-Newsletter – Now Online

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Bits and Pieces

  • A new staff, Nikos Dacanay, was hired since July to coordinate WEAVE’s Special Project on Documentation (Marketing Study and WEAVE Book). He will work  closely with the Income Generating Project (IGP) group for the first part of his assignment and will be visiting and getting in touch with concerned WEAVE field offices/projects and staff for his data gathering.

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Transition Study – Early Childhood Development Program

On 6 May members of WEAVE’s Early Childhood Development team facilitated a Curriculum Alignment Workshop in, Mae Hong Son.

The purpose of the workshop was to:

  • Exchange teaching styles and methods to develop a shared understanding, and align for smooth transitions between nursery school and kindergarten.
  • Develop a shared understanding of expected learning outcomes and teaching methods for both NS teachers and KG/S1 teachers (specifically to review physical, social/emotional areas agreed last meeting, and complete cognitive areas).
  • Discuss future directions for the transition study committee.

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