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Brainstorming session on the lessons learned from the 1st edition of Education Research in Africa Award (ERAA)

ADEA held a brainstorming session on the lessons learned from the 1st edition of Education Research in Africa Award (ERAA) which took place on March 15, 2013 during the Comparative International Education Society (CIES) in New Orleans. The session was presided over by the Chair of ADEA, Mr. Dzingai Mutumbuka with the participation of members of ADEA Secretariat, the Scientific Committee and the Jury.

The session addressed the following... Read More

 

Press Release
African Heads of States approve the initiative of Burkina Faso to promote critical knowledge and skills for the accelerated development of Africa

 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 29 January, 2013: The Assembly of African Heads of State and Government approved on Monday January 28, 2013 an initiative taken by Burkina Faso... Read More


 

ICQN /TVSD Seminar on the socio-economic integration of young people in Africa
3-4 December, 2012, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire

 

December 4, 2012, Abidjan: As part of the establishment of the Working Group on socio-economic integration, a seminar was held on 3 and 4 December 2012 in Abidjan to provide answers to the following questions:

1-    What recurring difficulties... Read More

 

The international workshop on Peace Education
Fostering a Community of Practice for promoting peace through education
4- 6 December 2012, Naivasha, Kenya

December 6, 2012, Naivasha :

Preamble
The Ministry of Education, Kenya in partnership with the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany (BMZ), the German BACKUP Initiative-Education in Africa and the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE)-GIZ Pan-African Knowledge Hub held a 3 day workshop on peace Education at the Great Rift Valley Lodge, Naivasha. The workshop... Read More

 
 

 
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  Strategic Orientation Framework for Basic Education in a Holistic, Integrated and Diversified Vision of Lifelong Education This strategic orientation framework puts forward a vision of high-quality education encompassing the full diversity of learning modes in order to meet the varied needs and situations of learners. It promotes all forms of education ? formal, non-formal and informal ? as well as mobility and crossovers between education sub-systems. The framework is intended as a diagnostic tool for African education systems and an aid for the (re)formulation of education policies. It identifies ten strategic areas for implementation, ranging from research to governance to capacity building.
 
  Education in Reconstruction. Zimbabwe Each of these reports is part of a four-country study undertaken by the ADEA WG on Education Management and Policy Support team, covering Kenya, Liberia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Zimbabwe.
  Education in Reconstruction: Promising practices and challenges in four post-crisis countries In times of conflict and crisis, resources are diverted from core activities such as education to tackle emergency situations. As a consequence, these core public services deteriorate or collapse depending on the severity of the crisis. Education provision has recently been recognized as a key humanitarian response in a situation of crisis or emergency and vital in normalizing a conflict situation for affected communities. There is, however, less recognition of the role it plays during the transition phase between emergency and stability, when basic services have resumed and a measure of stability has been attained. This study looks at the role education plays in solidifying early recovery and peace gains in the management of education provision.
 
  Peer Review in Education in Africa Nigeria Reaching out to the Disadvantaged : Nomads, Adults and Children in Difficult Circumstances The Government of Nigeria has endorsed to participate in the African Peer Review program, under the aegis of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA). It became therefore, necessary to carry out a research as part of the self-evaluation task towards meeting both the Nigerian and the ADEA goals. The self?evaluation has been followed by an international review of peers coming from several African countries and the Commonwealth Secretariat. This exercise is expected to provide a basis for Nigeria to improve on its policies and practices for the development of quality Adult and Non-Formal education delivery services.


 
 
 
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