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[2016-06-28] SSEF visited Affairs Office of People's Republic of China

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[2016-06-24] SSEF Newsletter: 2016 SSEF China Conference

Since SSEF's China Representative Office was established, the number of volunteers in China has increased and the organizational structure has matured. In order to further carry out the volunteering activities in China and deepen the understanding of volunteering purpose, SSEF hosted the Annual China Volunteer Work Conference 2016 in the past week.

The conference was divided into four major sections, covering various topics including the donation from overseas Chinese, status report of rural education development and needs, 19-years journey of SSEF and its impact on schools, implementation reports for all programs, HR guidelines and policies, IT systems and SPM (School and Program Management), feedback from school coordinators, marketing strategies, localization, and the meaning and implication of establishing SSEF's China Representative Office.
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[2016-06-24] SSEF visited the Ministry of Education of P.R. China

On June 24, 2016, a group of SSEF members visited the Ministry of Education of China. Deputy Director of the Ministry Kewei Du and Deputy Director of the Department for Compulsory Education Jingbo Li warmly welcomed the SSEF group led by the Vice Chairman Steve Ting, the President Wen Yuan, and the Assistant Chief Yang Ma. In the meeting, they discussed the achievements and challenges of China's rural education development, and SSEF's functions and roles in the related areas.

First, SSEF presented the recent progress and positive changes of program implementation after the SSEF's China Representative Office was established in Beijing since 2013. Then, Director Du addressed the meeting with a report of the recent developments and challenges, in particular, the impact of the guidelines published in "Long-term Education Reform and Development Plan (2010 - 2020)" on the rural compulsory education.
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