Training Of Tea Small Grants
MIRPUR KHAS: Only those who are used to working tirelessly reach their destination. Speakers said that children are like wet clay. Aisha Amanullah, US Consulate English Program Manager; Syeda Urooj Haider, President VBF, Director, International Language Program, University of Nebraska Omaha Dierdre McMurtry addressed in the opening ceremony of the 10-week training of TEA SMALL GRANTS at Ameena Hall Digri Which is funded by RELO Pakistan and administered by Vision Building Future, says a handout.
The project was inaugurated by local MPA, Mir Tanique Ali Khan Talpur. In the ceremony, teacher trainer Iram Kousar said that 20 selected English teachers from different schools will be trained during the ten-week Training Of Tea Small Grants.
As a result of the hard work of trainer Irum Kousar, our teachers are being trained to overcome the lack of self-confidence in children while students can benefit from the real side of education through teachers, while giving teachers a critical thinking course gives children an opportunity to develop their ability to apply what they learn in school.
On this occasion, Assistant Commissioner Jhdo Asif Ali Khaskheli and Mukhtiarkar Waseem Lashari were also accompanied by MPA Mir Tanique Ali Talpur.