Chiara Massaroni

As a Programmes Support Officer, I make sure that the work of the Aflatoun Programme Mangers goes as smoothly as possible. I handle the development and piloting of the Aflatot programme, addressed to Pre- School children from 3 to 6. Before working with Aflatoun I worked on micro credit and educational projects with street children in Rwanda and Madagascar. I also worked on human rights and political dissidence as a research assistant with Amnesty International in Tunisia. I have a Master Degree in International Relations. I am based in Amsterdam.

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Aflatot M&E manual

#manual #aflatot #monitoring #evaluation

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by Chiara Massaroni (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 15 October 2014

Report Aflatoun Americas Regional Meeting 2014 Guatemala

On 16-19 September 2014 partner organisations from the Americas region met in Guatemala City to share lessons learned, define next steps for 2015 campaign, strengthen the network in the region. #Americas #RegionalMeeting

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by Chiara Massaroni (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 6 October 2014

Rosemary Nanyonjo Thank you Sir but is it possible for us to get an English version?

Veracruz, Mexico: Despite the thunderstorm and intense rain, the 3rd Aflatoun Training of Trainers of the Americas Region continues successfully. 30 engaged and enthusiastic Trainers from 20 different countries spent 4 days focusing on the Aflatoun core content and its embedded child centered... Read more

by Chiara Massaroni (Admin, Translator) from the Netherlands - 4 September 2014

Thomas Chacón A great experience

Jean Michel NGOYI thank you for what you do we are encouraged