In a country where more than 7 million children are not currently in school, a systematic effort is targeting the primary education sector to help close that gap.
ACCELERE!1 Interactive Radio Lessons.
Radio Lessons | March 8, 2021
"Lecture pour la vie" is a local language interactive radio instruction program developed by the ACCELERE!1 program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
The ACCELERE!1 project is a joint USAID and UKAID initiative. It aims to support the objectives of the Congolese government through the education and training sector strategy, particularly in improving access, quality and governance, and it aims to improve the educational results of boys and girls in the 26 educational sub-divisions of the 9 targeted provinces in the DRC, namely: Haut-Katanga, Lualaba, Nord-Kivu, Sud Kivu, Kasaï Central, Kasaï Oriental, Equateur, Sud-Ubangi, and Kinshasa. In line with these objectives, ACCELERE delivered interactive radio lessons in local languages through its “Lecture pour la vie” program to fill the learning gap of students during the COVID-19 pandemic when schools were closed.
ACCELERE!1 Lecture pour la vie