HEI VERDEN representatives completed documentary on Education project

Four representatives from HEI VERDEN, Norway have completed their documentary on education project in Sylhet. It should be mentioned that Ethnic Community Development Organization (ECDO) is implementing education project with support from HEI VERDEN since January, 2015. Under this project ECDO is operating Education Support Centre (ESC) and Manipuri Language Centre (MLC) activities respectively in Sylhet and Moulvibazar district. HEI VERDEN has developed a documentary on the activities of this project to share about the education process and environment of Bangladesh to Norwegian children. In this documentary they covered three types of education system in Bangladesh. One is the middle class education system (non government Kindergarten school), the second is semi government school and the last one is fully nongovernmental school of a tea garden run by NGO.
To accomplish this documentary they have visited Sylhet Khaanchi Bari International School and College, Raja Girish Chandra (GC) High school, Sylhet and Education Support Centre (ESC) run by ECDO with support from HEI VERDEN at Lakkatoorah tea estate in Sylhet. In the visit team there were Ms. Ingrid Vikse, Executive Director of HEI VERDEN, Mr. Ivar Munthe, project advisor, Ms. Hanne Siri, Director Film development and Mr. Magnus Strand, camera person. During this visit they took interview with concern teachers, guardians, member of school and college management committee, local tea garden authority and others. HEI VERDEN team members thanked to the following authorities The Sylhet Khahanchibari International School and College, Raja G C High School and Lakkatoorah tea estate for giving their valuable time and efforts to accomplish the documentary. The visit was finished on second March 2018 following by signing a project renewal agreement between ECDO and HEI VERDEN in ECDO office, sylhet. It should be mentioned that the documentary was done under the project of ‘Promoting Education and Mother Tongue of Indigenous Children (PEMTIC) supported by HEI VERDEN, Norway. The main purpose of the project is to ensuring primary education for the poor and marginalized (The Patro, Khasi, Tea labor community) indigenous children and promoting Manipuri language & scripts in Bangladesh.

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