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In this workshop, we will explore how small global solidarity organisations in Wales and groups in Africa can use digital tools to support education and learning, including in schools and through public education.

Guest speakers will include Khosi Mofolisa, a primary school teacher by training and currently the Literary Officer at Dolen Cymru Wales Lesotho Link; and Tabitha Ndiaye, Founder and Chair of Niokolo Network.

This event is funded through The Waterloo Foundation.

Guest Speakers

Khosi Mofolisa

Khosi Mofolisa, is a primary school teacher by profession. He currently works for Dolen Cymru Wales Lesotho Link as the Literacy Officer. He works with other teachers across Lesotho to raise standards in literacy education and has been working with digital tools to support networks of teachers improve their skills and course delivery.

Tabitha Ndiaye

Tabitha Ndiaye is Founder and Chair of Niokolo Network which works with communities in Senegal. Tabitha spent her early career studying ecology and animal behaviour including in Niokolo-Koba National Park in Senegal. Niokolo Network has been innovating with use of digital tools and animation to support public education and community development.

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