EfC stopped trading on December 31, 2017.
After 20 successful and interesting years working in education and culture in the UK and internationally the company is now closed. Our talented young staff are all moving ahead professionally with other organisations and the directors have retired to pursue other interests. We send our best wishes and thanks to all the friends we have made in this time.
If you have any enquiries about EfC's previous work, publications or contacts please email Julie Carpenter or John Wood.
EfC's Associates contributed so much to the company's success and many remain active in their specialist fields. They can be contacted directly.
Laetitia Antonowicz provides consultancy services in education, child protection, social inclusion and gender for UNICEF, bilateral agencies (French Development Agency, DFID), the EC and international NGOs. Laetitia can be contacted at Laetitia Antonowicz Consultancy Ltd.
Pat Daniel can be contacted here.
Tim Horsler has
extensive experience in the field of educational publishing in Africa, the
and many other countries.
He provides advice and training on all aspects of publishing including
national textbook policy, textbook development, bid documentation and
evaluation and book distribution. He
also provides interim management expertise.
For further information and to obtain his CV contact Tim here.
John Lovely develops information systems and has recently
worked on providing teacher management systems and updating national
education management information systems in Africa.
John can be contacted at LovelyPears Ltd.
Oscar Struijve consults on information systems.
Oscar can be contacted here.