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UNICEF Commends Ayade on world-class facilities at new teachers institute

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has joined other international bodies to commend Cross River State Governor, Prof Ben Ayade for constructing the world-class Teachers Continuous Training Institute in Biase Local Government Area of the State.

Speaking to newsmen during a four-day training of Youth Volunteers on Real Time Monitoring for the Child-Friendly Communities Initiative, held at the institute’s amphitheater, UNICEF representative, Ms. Bhawna Vajpai said the state-of-the-art facilities in the Institute rank among the best across sub-Saharan Africa.

She was of the view that the institute would sooner than later become a citadel for teacher’s development in Africa.

Vajpai, who is the Convergence Specialist, described Ayade’s decision to establish the institute as a world-class training center for teachers across Nigeria and beyond with modern technology as the hallmark of a leader with an eye for the future.

On her part, UNICEF Education Specialist, Dr Agatha Nzeribe, said the facility is a product of good and deep thinking.

In her wards, "this is a vision that ensures that teachers receive the needed capacity development at intervals. This is something worthy of commendation.

"Here is a facility designed to support teachers. The governor has demonstrated his commitment to teacher quality issues by improving the teachers capacity within the state.

“I am personally impressed. The facility is generally friendly and quiet. You won’t get distracted here. If I have any training this will be the venue.”

Governor Ayade had during one of his visits to the institute said the institute was established “to continuously retrain teachers because the quality of students is determined by the quality of teaching and the quality of teaching is a reflection of the quality of the training.

“The institute is therefore, set up specifically to attend to the teaching needs of West Africa, to drive home the message of quality teaching because only through quality teaching that you can have quality learning which also translates to quality outcome.”

The Teachers Continuous Training Institute, set on the undulating topography in Biase, in all its grandeur, presents itself as a bastion for the education of teachers and the enhancement of the teaching profession as attested to by UNICEF.

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