Intergenerational learning plays a fundamental role in fostering literacy, lifelong learning and sustainable development. In recognition of this, in 2016 the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) initiated a family literacy and learning project in order to collect and disseminate relevant best practices and support Member States in the implementation of country-specific family literacy and learning programmes.
The development of a pedagogical resource pack for family literacy in Mozambique is one of the measures implemented in the context of the Malala Initiative.
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) is working with Mozambique’s National Adult Literacy and Education Department on the development of a pedagogical model to pilot a family learning project in Mozambique.
On 10 September, UIL and the Hamburg State Institute for Teacher Training and School Development (LI) held a public event to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Hamburg’s award-winning Family Literacy project (FLY).