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The Nal'ibali training team strives enable adults across the country to engage in literacy and reading-for-enjoyment with children, by:

• Promoting multilingualism and use of African languages
•  Growing reading and writing habits through reading for personal meaning and satisfaction
• Supporting early biliteracy teaching approaches and multilingual education
 
If activities around reading are in languages that children do not understand, using methods that are not accessible or fun, they become meaningless and undesirable for childen. Whether formal education or unformal education, reading has to meaingful. We keep this in mind when we train adults on literacy and storytelling. The focus is on creative self-expression, interaction, exploration and thinking together. They are always practical and experiential, and our training team inspire people across the country by creating a story-rich, relaxed environment that focusses on the participants' experience as the crux of the training.

This is why we have four kinds of reading-for-enjoyment trainings available:

1. Three-day partner-based training – In this type of training, Nal’ibali (along with partner organisations) train participants from partner organisations, who then go on to train their own volunteers!

2. Two-day volunteer partner training – In this type of training, Nal'ibali directly trains partner organisation volunteers ourselves.

3. Responsive training – This training is based on request, and ranges from one to three days.

4. One day FUNda Leader training – This is training created specifically for our growing family of FUNda Leaders.

Our trainings show you how to:
 
• Encourage and support personally satisfying reading and writing in children of all ages
• Learn about different kinds of books and stories
• Practice rhymes, songs, stories and games as foundations for literacy learning
• To find reading materials and literacy support in your community

 

 

If you would like to learn more about trainings, or request training, email info@nalibali.org with "Training" as your subject line. We look forward to hearing from you!