Welcome to the podcast series on how to solve the global learning crisis!
The series is produced in The Higher Education Institutions Institutional Cooperation Instrument (HEI ICI) programme with the support of the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs.

 

Latest episodes

How has COVID affected Mozambique?

In this episode, recorded on Tuesday the 31st of August, we discuss how our partner universities’ staff and students have coped in the pandemic. On the Friday preceding the recording (August 27), the President of Mozambique announced that face-to-face lessons would be re-allowed at all levels of education after having been banned in the capital Maputo since May, when COVID-19 infection rates were increasing. In rural areas, the restrictions have been slightly lighter.

However, the pandemic is still far from being over, and it has already taken its toll on children, university students, teachers, and university staff. How have the Mozambican education system and teachers coped in the pandemic, and what does the future hold?

In this episode, joining us again are Dr Sarita Henriksen from the Pedagogical University of Maputo, and Roger González Margalef from One World University. Sarita and Roger work as coordinators of the TEPATE project.

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Being a teacher in Mozambique, map illustration showing the southern part of African continent

HEI ICI supporting the development of teacher education in Mozambique

In this podcast, we talk about the HEI ICI instrument with the Programme Manager Kaija Pajala from the Finnish National Agency for Education. After that, we ask the local project coordinators from ISET One World and Universidade Pedagogica de Maputo what being a teacher in Mozambique is like today. Also participating Janette Peltokorpi from our Finnish partner, the University of Lapland. 

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Production team

In JAMK University of Applied Sciences:
Eila Burns
Graham Burns
Aki Virmalainen 
Eeva Lehtonen
Anna-Kaisa Tiihonen

Initial ideas and design by 
Ratih Adiputri, Pilvi Kivelä & Claudio Ordaz, 
Student teachers of the School of Professional Teacher Education

Matiyas Teshome, Ethiopian Technical University
Local teams in Nepal, Ethiopia and Mozambique