COMOSA African Chapter – Quality Criteria for Peer Auditing Workshop

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Attendees from the COMOSA African Chapter – second phase of the Quality Criteria for Peer Auditing workshop. The workshop took place in Maputo, Mozambique from March 7-9, 2016. The names of the attendees shown in the group photo (above) are listed below:

 

Photo Who is Who

From left, back row:

Anna Maiieane – Lesotho

Tinga Fernando – Mozambique

Bethuel Botlhole – Botswana

Abel Assis (in the middle) Chief Inspector of Education – Mozambique

Phineas Sebopelo – Botswana

Vincent Seutloali – Lesotho

Dr Sadia Sultana – Bangladesh
From left, front row:

Jan Nitschke – Nambia

Kuldeep Agarwal – India

Judas Baloi – Mozambique

Manuel Simbine – Mozambique

Fancy Amey – Botswana

Edwig Karipi – Namibia

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hi friends.

    Thanks for keeping the fire burning. As Beth says it was an enriching workshop, one that fills you with gratitude when you reach your goal. Expectations are still quite high that we can make a difference. Indeed together we can achieve more. The good thing that I liked about the workshop is allowing collaborating partners to fashion their ‘coat’ instead of buying one and handing it over. Sharing from living examples and allowing the partners to engage separately with their staff and then with each other strengthened the quality of the product and hopefully the ownership as well. The latter is critical as quality is everyone’s business. There is still a lot that can be achieved and because we all get an opportunity to learn together, we would welcome many more such interactions.
    Last but by no means least one colleague who also played a critical role during the workshop is not in the picture due to multi-tasking. Jason isn’t there a way you could include him-Luis picture should be available in one of the other pictures.

    Otherwise, great job Jayson, we appreciate.

    Warm regards

    Fancy

  2. Hi Friends.

    Thanks for keeping the fire burning. As Beth says it was an enriching workshop, one that fills you with gratitude when you reach your goal. Expectations are still quite high that we can make a difference. Indeed together we can achieve more. The good thing that I liked about the workshop is allowing collaborating partners to fashion their ‘coat’ instead of buying one and handing it over. Sharing from living examples and allowing the partners to engage separately with their staff and then with each other strengthened the quality of the product and hopefully the ownership as well. The latter is critical as quality is everyone’s business. There is still a lot that can be achieved and because we all get an opportunity to learn together, we would welcome many more such interactions.

    Last but by no means least one colleague who also played a critical role during the workshop is not in the picture due to multi-tasking. Jason isn’t there a way you could include him-Luis picture should be available in one of the other pictures.

    Otherwise, great job Jayson, we appreciate.

    Warm regards
    Fancy

  3. Hi friends.

    Thanks for keeping the fire burning. As Beth says it was an enriching workshop, one that fills you with gratitude when you reach your goal. Expectations are still quite high that we can make a difference. Indeed together we can achieve more. The good thing that I liked about the workshop is allowing collaborating partners to fashion their ‘coat’ instead of buying one and handing it over. Sharing from living examples and allowing the partners to engage separately with their staff and then with each other strengthened the quality of the product and hopefully the ownership as well. The later is critical as quality is everyone’s business. There is still a lot that can be achieved and because we all get an opportunity to learn together, we would welcome many more such interactions.

    Last but by no means least, one colleague who also played a critical role during the workshop is not in the picture due to multi tasking. Jason, isn’t there a way you could include him-Luis picture should be available in one of the other pictures.

    Otherwise, great job Jayson, we appreciate.

    warm regards

    Fancy

  4. It was wonderful sharing experiences with professionals from different countries. The workshop enhanced knowledge and understanding of how different countries have embraced this mode of learning. However there is still more to be done and such kind of interactions can become valuable. Sharing resources, experiences is the only way forward. The facilitation was also very high level. Looking forward to more of these in the future. I am sure there are many areas around the world in need of expertise already available.

    Beth