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▸ Published on 01 June 2012

The African Union Commission (AUC) and the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) released a comprehensive outlook report to monitor the state of the Second Decade of Education on the African continent.

▸ Published on 01 June 2012

ADEA and the government of Burkina Faso organized this important international event from 12-17 February 2012. It took place in Ouagadougou, with the main goal of building a critical mass of human capital.

▸ Published on 12 March 2012

The UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) has launched its annual survey on education to more than 150 Member States and territories.

▸ Published on 12 February 2012

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved funding of USD 41 million to improve the employment prospects of graduates and students in Malawi through training and skills development.

▸ Published on 03 November 2010

The African Union Commission (AUC) and ADEA released a comprehensive outlook report to monitor the state of the Second Decade of Education on the African continent. This report was produced for the Fifth Conference of African Ministers of Education of the African Union known as COMEDAF V, which took place in Abuja, Nigeria from 23rd to 25th April 2012.

▸ Published on 15 August 2010

This one-year course will be jointly offered by Wits SADC-EPSI in Johannesburg together with InWEnt gGmbH – Capacity Building International, Germany. It targets officials and professionals involved in education policy, planning, financing and budgeting and employed in ministries of education and finance, NGOs and training institutions in the SADC region.

▸ Published on 13 August 2010

Jointly organised by ADEA, the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Bank (WB), with the support of the donor partners of Education for All Fast Track Initiative (EFA FTI), the conference discussed how to maintain the progress achieved in the education sector over the past decade while ensuring that investments in education help sustain and accelerate economic growth and social development in Africa.

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