HEI-ICI projects tackling the global learning crisis
Three HEI-ICI projects providing the expertise to solve learning crisis in three country contexts between 2020-2024.
JAMK School of Professional Teacher Education has provided Finnish teacher education since 1962. Since 1997, the School has also provided its pedagogical expertise for the development of education systems and teacher education programmes in developing country contexts. Committed to international cooperation, the School has by today delivered development projects in various country contexts with the support of the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and the EU.
Between 2020-2024, we are providing our expertise to solve learning crisis in three country contexts.
With the support of the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with both Finnish and the Southern partners, our experts engage in the development of the individual and institutional capacities of Ethiopian, Nepalese, and Mozambican higher educations through three respective projects.
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JAMK contributing to solving the global learning crisis
Education is a fundamental human right and is essential for realising other human rights. Access to quality education means empowering people by helping them to acquire skills, knowledge, values and attitudes that are critical to secure their basic socio-economic needs and enable the sustainable development of their societies. During 2020–2024 JAMK University of Applied Sciences will develop teacher training in Ethiopia, Nepal and Mozambique with a total of EUR 3.8 million in HEI-ICI project funding, thus tackling the global learning crisis.
JAMK & international development cooperation
In all our development activities, we aim at long-lasting and locally sustainable results.