Strategies for Mobilising Resources within Adult Education in Namibia
This book reveals that there are strategies used currently by the directorate of adult education but these need to be improved.
The book summarises the strategies that could enhance resource mobilisation within adult education from the perspective of promoters, education officers and management members.
It seems that directorate of adult education need to strengthen its strategies for resource mobilisation.
Some ways of achieving this feat would be to develop a resource mobilisation policy and develop alliances with international, intergovernmental organisations and nationals stakeholders.
The book has provided the recommendations based on the results of the study and aligned to the resource mobilisation theory.
These recommendations rest on the need to develop a resource mobilisation policy and action plan, the the need to develop alliances and partnerships and the need to develop innovative financing mechanisms.
Finally, this book has presented the suggestions for further research.
The suggestions for further research need to address; the need to examine strategic resource mobilisation policy; and to expand the resource mobilisation strategies studies in other regions.
Education Background: Master's of Education Specialised in Community Development.
University of Namibia, Master's Thesis, June 2018;Post-Graduate Diploma in HIV/AIDS Management (Honours Degree), Stellenbosch University.
November 2011; Bachelors Degree (Community Development), University of Namibia.