Permanent Secretary of Education in Zambia on the Learner Guide Programme - Video Transcript

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Permanent Secretary of Education in Zambia You go through this school education, but you also think about your friends, your sisters who are in that particular school who might have been going through the similar experiences that you went through. You succeeded and then you took it upon yourself that, “No, I am going back to join my sisters and help them in this crusade, in this journey of education. I’m going back to encourage them, to help them improve on their learning.”

In the aspect of Learner Guides. I have gone through the contents, this is what we desire, this is what we want. We can’t stand aloof when CAMFED is doing such a progressive assignment. We will stand with you to support this program. We will stand with you to make sure it is launched at national level, so that we get this program as part of the Ministry of General Education’s agenda.

Come on, I feel proud! You might not see the joy that is in my heart. I can see beyond the obvious. This is the beginning of development. This is the genesis of development.

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