2019 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK
2019 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK FOR EDUCATION COMMEMORATIONS WAS HELD AT DANGABABI PRIMARY SCHOOL,HWANGE, MATABELELAND NORTH: 5 JULY 2019. The Global Action Week for Education (GAWE) embraces the 2019 theme “Making the right to an inclusive, equitable, quality, free public education a reality in Zimbabwe.”Slogan: My Education, My Right(s).The Guest of Honor will be Hon VP KD Mohadi.
2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK
THE 2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK FOR EDUCATION COMMEMORATIONS AT MT. MATEDZA HIGH SCHOOL IN MARANGE, MANICALAND: 18 MAY 2018 The Global Action Week for Education (GAWE) embraces the 2018 theme “Accountability for SDG 4 through Citizen Participation: Keep Your Promise”. SDG 4 is on “ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all.”
2017 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK
ECOZI calls for the government to adopt innovative education financing models that efficiently and effectively mobilizes and applies resources to critical sectors of education to ensure that no child is left behind. We say to all “STAND UP FOR EDUCATION:IT’S TIME TO DELIVER”.
“Children are the future. They deserve nothing but the best. Their right to education is not negotiable” Honourable Vice President of Zimbabwe E.D Mnangagwa .
2016 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK
Global Action Week is one of the major focal points for the education movement since the 2000 Dakar World Education Forum. Created and led by Global Campaign for Education, Global Action Week provides everyone for the right to education with an opportunity to highlight the Education for All agenda and advocate for the governments to promote access to quality inclusive education for all. Globally, 2016 GAWE was commemorated from 24-
2014 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK
Global Action Week is one of the major focal points for the education movement since the 2000 Dakar World Education Forum. Created and led by the Global Campaign for Education, Global Action Week provides everyone campaigning for the right to education with an opportunity to highlight the Education For All (EFA) agenda and make targeted efforts to achieve change on the ground.
ECOZI, other civil society organisations working on education and the government joined hands in commemorating the Global Action Week in Gweru, Midlands Province on 19 June 2015. The event was under the theme: The Right to Education 2000-
CSOs advocated for the Government of Zimbabwe to make more efforts to promote access to quality inclusive education by abolishing fees and levies, make BEAM accessible to all the needy children (including ECD pupils), abandon harmful practices that take away children from school, infrastructural development that meets the learning needs of different learners, developing policies that promote second chance education, provide conducive working environment for the personnel and avoiding privatisation of education.