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The talk will highlight small charities working in international development to support the Sustainable Development Goals, in areas such as girl's education, women's economic empowerment, food security and advocacy for safe communities. It will cover the range of Team Kenya's work in East Africa, highlighting challenges for small development organisations including cultural conflict, isolation and marginalisation, lack of voice, media portrayals and the sharing of impact information with authorities and larger charities.
Lynda Evans has a long career in geographical education in the North-East, teaching and examining at secondary, further and higher education levels. She has Masters degrees in education from Newcastle and Durham Universities. Over the years, she has supported Team Kenya in several roles such as secretary, treasurer, trustee, acting chair and now Chair of Trustees, using her professional skills to support the charity's work. She was one of the contributors to a teacher training project on behaviour management which their partner organisations now deliver to remote schools in Ndhiwa where teachers are keen to develop their classroom management strategies.
This event hase been organised by the Yorkshire and North East committee.
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