Investing in Higher Education - and particularly in science and technology - is crucial if Africa is to make the breakthroughs needed to unlock its great resources and drive Africa’s competitive edge.
ADEA is joining forces with Trust Africa and other organizations to revitalize African Higher Education.
▸ See African Higher Education Summit proceedings and results
▸ Read Policy Briefs on Higher Education produced by ADEA
ADEA is pleased to welcome the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea within its Steering Committee.
ADEA and Korea – through the government of the Republic of Korea or Korean organizations – have collaborated since several years
▸ News brief on the collaboration between ADEA and Korea
Women constitute half of Africa’s population. Is Africa tapping fully this critical resource for its development? The answer is no.
Two-thirds of illiterate adults in Africa are women. Fewer than half the countries in Africa have equal numbers of girls and boys in school.
When will Africa unlock its most powerful resource by investing more in women's and girls’ education?
Oley Dibba Wadda, Executive Secretary, ADEA
Investing in the early years of a child increases the chances that he/she will be successful at school.
A regional platform to enhance Early Childhood Development (ECD) in Africa was launched on Monday, February 9 in Kigali. Mauritius has taken the responsibility of its leadership.
▸ Press release
▸ Speech of the Hon. Minister
▸ ADEA Policy Brief on ECD in Africa
▸ Continental Perspective of ECD in Africa
ADEA WGEMPS facilitated the first ever ECOWAS Education Management Information Systems (EMIS) peer review in Ghana in April 2015...
ADEA participated in the organization of the African Higher Education Summit on Revitalizing Higher Education for Africa’s Future, which took place in Dakar, Senegal, March 10 -12, 2015...
The Ministerial Conference on Education Post-2015 for Sub-Saharan Africa took place in Kigali, Rwanda, February 9-11, 2015...
The Bureau of the COMEDAF VI met in Kigali on February 8, 2015, to discuss the African position on the global post-2015 education program.
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The primary objective of technical and vocational education and training (TVET) is the acquisition of employable skills for the world of work...
Since 2008, ADEA has embarked on reshaping the debate on the role of education and training in socioeconomic development...
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