Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment  to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

Kyrgyzstan – Strengthening the education attainment assessment to affect decisions about instructional needs, curriculum and funding

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve education attainment assessment enabling properly judge the quality of education management system with regard to the content and resources in use
  • To strengthen the role and quality of assessment to mirror quality of instruction, curriculum and funding of the education programme
  • To strengthen and empower MoES, MoF, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations in collaborating more effectively towards better and efficient use of results of assessment and address the needs timely
  • To advise involved actors on the ways and means of efficient use of resources to address the revealed shortcomings and needs of the national education assessment

  • Carrying out the country-wide student assessment together with the Ministry of Education, authorised testing and assessment institutions and involved Development Partners, that will compile, generate and analyse a wide range of education attainment assessment data and information to review common problems and to take stock of policy options
  • Facilitating the negotiations of the government bodies, local authorities, academic society, School Boards of Trustees and CSOs on joint courses of action to address ongoing or emerging education assessment challenges and efficient budget spending, sharing knowledge with all actors in the education community
  • Advising involved actors on the ways and means of translating revealed assessment shortcomings and needs into the decision and policy framework at the country level and, through technical expertise, help build national capacity

  • Improved instructions, curriculum and funding in response to the assessment outcomes
  • Strengthened the participatory decision-making process through operational dialogue platform between the government bodies, local authorities, institutions involved in different types of assessment, local communities and civil society organisations on joint actions
  • Provided policy advice based on best practice and knowledge applicable for the country political context

  • Coordinator: CESIE (Italy)
  • ZELENIY ALYANS (Kyrgyz Republic)

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Date of project: 01/01/2017 – 30/06/2018

DG of reference: DG DEVCO, EU Delegation to the Kyrgyz Republic – EuropeAid, Asia & Central Asia: Action Grant

Contact: CESIE: dorothea.urban@cesie.org


CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe

CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe

CREATE – Creative Therapy in Europe

ObjectivesActivitiesResultsPartnersInfo & contacts

  • To improve the integration of migrants with mental health problems through development of Arts Therapies resources
  • To develop innovative approaches to strengthen the training paths of Arts Therapists equipping them with all competences and skills needed to deliver high quality therapy and address the needs of young migrants experiencing mental ill health
  • To strengthen cooperation and exchange of best practice between European organisations in the development of co-produced training packages and new approaches to the integration of young migrants experiencing mental ill health

  • Coproducing training packages for Arts Therapists and Community Support Professionals to enable them to support migrants with mental ill health, improving their achievement in relevant and high level basic and transversal competences in a lifelong learning perspective
  • Engaging mental health centres and centres supporting young migrants in designing training packages thereby, challenging stigma and increasing awareness of mental ill health and how to face this through Arts Therapies
  • Creating a Network of Arts Therapists and Community Support workers in the field of migration and mental health across Europe and development of training packages and resources for Arts Therapists and Community Support professionals

  • Art and creativity training week to exchange therapeutic techniques
  • State of the Art Review of resettlement packages and initial consultation
  • Informal focus groups with people with mental ill health
  • National reports detailing the key findings of the desk based research and the informal focus groups
  • Training module for Creative Therapists working with refugees and migrants
  • Training module for Clinical Supervisors of Creative Therapists
  • Toolkit for Resettlement stakeholders to support further use of CREATE Method and Creative Therapies
  • Positional Analysis, Sustainability Report

  • Coordinator: MEH – Merseyside Expanding Horizons (United Kingdom)
  • SOLA ARTS (United Kingdom)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Theatertherapie e.V. (Germany)
  • Compagnie Arti-Zanat’ (France)
  • Associazione Sementera Onlus (Italy)
  • Clonakilty community arts centre (Ireland)
  • CESIE (Italy)

Follow the project IN ACTION

Date of project: 01/09/2016 – 31/08/2018

DG of reference: DG EAC, Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership for ADULT education

Contact: CESIE: rosina.ndukwe@cesie.org