Two workshops for partners in the Adult Education for Development and Community Empowerment Project, they share previous experiences in blended learning and study its importance in the sustainability of adult education services, and they discuss ways to develop capacities to prepare proposals for adult education projects.
Within the adult education project for development and community empowerment, DVV International in Jordan carried out two workshops on “mechanisms for developing project proposals, and the needs of blended learning for adult education” for partners, during the period 22-25.05.2022.
During the workshop, ways of sustainability were discussed through the preparation of project proposals, and the adoption of blended learning in adult education programs and activities, where partners exchanged experiences in blended learning and mechanisms for developing project proposals. The workshop was attended by the Family Welfare Association - Zarqa, Queen Zain Al Sharaf for Development Association - Mafraq, Family and Childhood Protection Society - Irbid, and Creativity Club - Karak. In addition, Partners and a representative of Ministry of Social Development (Jdita, Muhay, and Eira and Yarqa Community Development Center).
During the workshop, the needs of blended learning and the expected challenges and difficulties were discussed, and the importance of developing project proposals and diversifying funding sources as an essential step for the sustainability of adult education programs. marketing in the next stage.