The establishment of FEATU was influenced by the establishment of the East African Community (EAC) with a treaty signed in 1999 but entered into force in 2000 followed by the Common Market Protocol which came into force in 2010. The EAC concerns include education development and labour matters. Teachers labour matters in the region form part of the general labour concerns at the EAC. In that regard, FEATU is seeking an observer status at the EAC on education development and teachers’ matters.
To gather all teachers to form effective teachers’ federation participating fully in education matters in the East African Region.
Teachers for Quality Education.
To improve quality education for all through strengthening teachers’ professionalism and solidarity in the East African Region.
Support harmonization of systems, procedures, processes and Education Policies within the East African Community (EAC) member states.
Advocate for development of labour standards within the education sector in the EAC especially as it relates to teachers.
Work towards establishment of a FEATU-representation and participation within the EAC-secretariat.
Endeavor to promote Kiswahili within the Federation and EAC.
Support each member trade union with a view to strengthening them to execute their mandate in their respective countries.
Promote cooperation and share experience/information with other education stakeholders and labor movements within the EAC as well as other relevant organizations for the common interests of its members.
Promote the aims and objectives of Education International and related bodies.
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