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Welcome to MEC’s Programmes page. Here you can find information about all our programmes, as well as where the work takes place and the programme partner organisations.
MEC had a trial Education in Emergencies (EiE) programme, operated through a small, flexible funding mechanism, up to December 2014, with four organisations completing their operations in 2014 and 2015. The EiE call for proposals was closed at the start of 2015.
Currently, the education prospects of students with disabilities in Myanmar are very poor. Interventions that address disability inclusion from multiple perspectives – awareness, participation, teacher capacity and comprehensive accessibility – are needed.
From February 2013 to May 2017, MEC supports a number of NFE partners through funding NFE service delivery, technical support for quality programming, research and joint policy engagement.
From February 2013 to May 2017, MEC supports a number of partners to contribute towards this vision through funding project implementation, technical support for quality programming, research and joint policy engagement.
Monastic education refers to a nation-wide network of schools run by monasteries and nunneries that have long provided free education to girls and boys of all backgrounds, mostly attracting students from poor, ethnic and migrant communities.
Education for ethnic nationalities includes the systems established by civilian administrations associated with Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAO) and networks of community-run schools supported by civil society organisations in ethnic areas.