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New Horizon Marist Schools leadership Project II launched

29/11/2018: Malawi - Photo gallery

The quest to strengthen Marist school’s leadership topped the agenda of the Marist African Mission Commission for the past five years. The priority led to the first project of the New Horizon for Transformative leadership organized in three zones of the African continent.

Seeing the need to deepen this further, the second phase of the project has been lunched in Malawi in October 2018. With the help and approval of a donor agency (MISEAN CARA), a pilot of this second phase will run for one year aiming at achieving a desired result that will lead to a multi-country implementation of the same project.

This project for the Marist schools in Africa is designed to achieve positive, lifelong change at grassroots level in the Marist Educational mission scattered in different countries.

The project is derived from the strategic plan launched by the Conference of African Marist Superiors through the African Mission Commission and assisted by Marist Secretariat for Education and Evangelization with the aim of applying the Marist vision and pedagogy in order to provide school leadership with new inclusive perspectives.

The 2nd phase piloting of the program (New Horizon) into the local school communities, will contribute to guarantee an equal access to education for children and youth, especially the most disadvantaged, building competencies and strengthen capacities of school leaders and teaching staff and creating new child rights awareness and safeguarding tools to promote equity, social justice and inclusion.

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