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close this bookLearning for Life, Work and the Future - Stimulating Reform in Southern Africa through Subregional Co-Operation - Initial Workshop (UNEVOC - Bonn, 2000, 104 p.)
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Acknowledgements


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The organisers of the Gaborone workshop would like to thank the participants who contributed their time and expertise to ensure the objectives were met and concrete outputs were achieved. We also wish to acknowledge and express our appreciation of the financial contributions from UNESCO, the German Federal Ministry of Economic Co-operation and Development, and the Government of Botswana. That financial support enabled us to bring together experts from all over Southern Africa and resource persons from both near and far. The organising teams and support staff both in Botswana and in Bonn also did a splendid job. Thank you all.



Marianne Nganunu
Local Organiser
Director
Department of Vocational Education and Training
Gaborone, Botswana

Hans Krönner
Co-organizer
on behalf of UNESCO-UNEVOC
International Centre for Technical
and Vocational Education and Training
Bonn, Germany