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Jala Peo "Plant a Seed" released its Term 1 2020 Newsletter
Zukiswa
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Apr 30, 2020

The Jala Peo (“Plant the Seed”) Initiative is a vehicle for the promotion of nutrition education and school food and nutrition gardens active in 67 schools across three Provinces: the Free State, Limpopo and the Western Cape. The Initiative seeks to make sure every school has a thriving school food and nutrition garden and that all learners in South Africa understand how to produce and consume nutritious food. To do this, the Initiative has created Forums – multistakeholder partnerships of government departments, private sector, academia and NGOs to increase and direct investment and resources towards more effective agriculture and nutrition education.

[Podcast: Episode 3] Schooling in a lockdown - family case studies
Zukiswa
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Apr 30, 2020

Given the socio-economic context, how effective is the South African education system in maintaining teaching and learning, and how can civil society help? 150 researchers under 12 themes, got together remotely to confront the barriers to learning in a pandemic.

Freedom Day 2020: "Build Education Back Better"
Maureen
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Apr 27, 2020

Freedom in education at this time in the history of our young democracy: Inequality remains pervasive in the South African education system. The COVID-19 pandemic has not only shown the fault lines, but is deepening them at an alarming rate, and in a manner that may take many more years to undo. In this contribution, based on the emerging findings from our Research Bootcamp, we talk to the need to provide basic rights, as set out in the Freedom Charter, such as health, safety and nutrition, while we cast the net wider to consider aspects of data privacy, online learning and governance.

 
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