The last training of McGill University for ATVET instructors was conducted from September 16 to 20, 2019 with a focus on sustainability in gender and language activities. At the first two days, Hani Sadati, PhD candidate of McGill, worked with the participants to receive their feedback on Mela, a serious game to combat sexual and gender-based violence in ATVETs (see more about Mela project here). The goals of the sessions in these two days were to introduce this educational tool to instructors as well as to work with participants to create and practice some follow up activities that can be done in ATVETs using this educational game. Sadaf Farookhi, ATTSVE coordinator at McGill, Eleni Negash, ATTSVE gender officer, and Mihretu Belayneh, ATTSVE Institutional Strengthening Officer, were the leaders of sessions for the last three days of the trainings from Sep. 18 to 20.
To see the pictures of this training and the full program please visit this page.