Experts

Marina Solano Martínez de Mogollón

Technical Advisor, Active Schools, Equatorial Guinea

Areas of expertise

  • Active schools
  • School management and supervision
  • Teaching and learning

Projects & Resources

  • The Program for Education Development of Equatorial Guinea (PRODEGE), Phase II expands active learning, an approach that focuses on student-centered learning, to all of the country’s 800 primary schools, strengthens lower secondary education for grades 7–10 and builds the capacity of the education sector to administer a quality education system.

  • The Program for Education Development of Equatorial Guinea (PRODEGE), managed by FHI 360, is a public-private partnership between the national government and the Hess Corporation designed to transform the country’s education system and give children the skills they need to succeed.

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