Sub-Theme 1
Sub-theme 1. Common core skills for lifelong learning and sustainable development in Africa


1.1.01 – Non-formal education and training practices for young people and adolescents in Burkina Faso: lessons learned about core skills development and preparation for vocational training (Bouma Jean-Paul BAZIE)

1.1.02 – L’Evaluation de la mise en œuvre du projet Fight Against Corruption Through School au Cameroun PHASE 2 (FACTS II) (M. TAMO)

1.1.03 – Towards Inclusive and Equitable Basic Education System: Kenya’s Experience (Evangeline NJOKA; Donvan AMENYA; Everlyn KEMUNTO; Daniel Ngaru MURAYA; Joel ONGOTO and Andrew Rasugu RIECHI)

1.1.04 – Study on the current reforms of the national education and/or training systems: curricular reforms in education: the experience of Mali (Bonaventure MAÏGA; Youssouf KONANDI and Bakary SAMAKE)

1.1.05 – Reaching out to the Educationally Disadvantaged Learner in Africa, with Particular Reference to the Nigerian Case (Ibrahima BAH-LALYA; Charles Oghenerume ONOCHA; Kaviraj SUKON and Gidado TAHIR)


1.3.01 – Original Training Approaches that encourage the Autonomy of Rural Communities and Sustainable Development (Mary-Luce FIAUX NIADA; Gifty GUIELLA NARH; Gérard Adama KABORÉ; Marie-Thérèse SAUTEBIN and Thérèse DORNIER-TOURÉ)

1.3.02 – Science Education for Developing Core Skills Necessary for Scientific and Technological Development – Experiences of Japan and Africa (Atsushi MATACHI)

1.3.03 – Transnational Study on Core Social Competencies - a Sustainable Contribution to Quality in Education and Social Cohesion in Society (Katrin KOHLBECHER; Annette SCHEUNPFLUNG and Mark WENZ)

1.3.04 – Recognition and validation of non-formal and informal learning, and NQFs: critical levers for lifelong learning and sustainable skills development: Comparative analysis of six African countries (Shirley STEENEKAMP; Madhu SINGH)

1.3.05 – Study on Key Issues and Policy Considerations in Promoting Lifelong Learning in Selected African Countries Ethiopia, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda and Tanzania (Peter ROSLANDER; Shirley WALTERS and Jin YANG)

1.3.06 – Gender violence in schools as a factor in non-attendance at school in French-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa (Pauline CHABBERT; Marie DEVERS; Elise HENRY and Elisabeth HOFMANN with Halim BENABDALLAH)

1.3.07 – Generic Work-Related Skills in Education for a Sustainable Development: a Synthesis of UNESCO-UNEVOC and other Publications (Teeluck BHUWANEE)

1.3.08 – Status of BEAP Implementation: Responding to the Kigali Call for Action - case studies from 3 countries (Ann Therese NDONG-JATTA; Hassana ALIDOU; Saidou Sireh JALLOW and Fatoumata MAREGA)

1.3.09 – Teacher Professional Development with an Education for Sustainable Development Focus in South Africa: Development of a Network, Curriculum Framework and Resources for Teacher Education (Katrin KOHLBECHER; Heila LOTZ-SISITKA)


1.4.01 – Care and Support for Teaching and Learning: a SADC response for ensuring the education rights of vulnerable children and youth (Lynn VAN DER ELST; Manasa DZIRIKURE; Maureen KING; Michael MAIN; Lomthandazo MAVIMBELA; Mhle MTHIMKHULU; Eva SCHIERMEYER)

1.4.02 – Common core skills for lifelong learning. Which capacities, knowledge and skills must be acquired, and how? Contribution from the perspective of the Pedagogy of the Text (Antonio FAUNDEZ; Fabienne LAGIER and Edivanda MUGRABI; Maxime ADJANOHOUN; Gisela CLAVIJO M.; Alassane DANGO; Blaise DJHOUESSI; Ibrahim FARMO; Soumana HASSANE; Edier HENAO H.; Maria KERE; Boukari OUSSEINI; Rabi SAIDOU; Antonio SANCHEZ; Lopes TEIXEIRA; Octavio Florenço VARELA and Rufine Sama YEKO)

1.4.03 – Shaping Basic Education System to Respond to the National Vision for Sustainable Development in Ghana (Joshua J. K. BAKU; Isaac K. ASIEGBOR and Felicia BOAKYI-YIADOM)

1.4.04 – Application of ICT by Basic level Teachers and Learners to the Development of Core Skills for Lifelong Learning: A Transnational Study in Ghana and Mali (Joshua J. K. BAKU; Dzigbordi Ama BANINI and B. M. GUIDO)

1.4.05 – Are our children learning? Assessment of learning outcomes among children in Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda (John MUGO and Suleman SUMRA)

1.4.06 – Systemic Approach to Environmental Literacy: Towards a sustainable Africa  (Sushita GOKOOL-RAMDOO; Ravhee BHOLAH and Anwar RUMJAUN)

1.4.07 – Analysis of cost/benefits of the Pedagogy of Text education program: the experience of Monde des Enfants from Tahoua in Niger (Fabienne LAGIER; Soumana HASSANE and Amadou WADE DIAGNE)

 ADEA Working Groups

1.5.02 – Lessons learnt from testing, in certain African countries, the Strategic Policy Framework for Non-Formal Education as part of a holistic, integrated and diversified approach to lifelong learning. (Amadou WADE DIAGNE)

1.5.03 – The Lancet Series on Early Childhood Development (2007, 2011): What Do We Know and What is the Relevance for Africa? (Pablo A. STANSBERY; M. BLACK; P. L. ENGLE; S. McGREGOR; T. WACHS and S. WALKER)

1.5.04 – Early grade literacy in African classrooms: Lessons learned and future directions (Pablo A. STANSBERY; Carole BLOCH; Amy Jo DOWD; Benjamin PIPER and Barbara TRUDELL)

1.5.05 – Study on a viable alternative approach to educating young people from nomadic/pastoralist communities in self-empowerment: the case of Burkina Faso, Niger, Mali, Nigeria, Mauritania and Kenya (Mary-Luce FIAUX NIADA; Abdu Umar ARDO; Hassane BAKA; Boubacar BARRY; Nicole GANTENBEIN; Abdourahmane Ag El MOCTAR; John Kabutha MUGO; Amadou SIDIBE and Ousmane SOW)

1.5.06 – Arguments in favor of education and training systems specifically adapted to the way of life and interests of pastoral and nomadic populations (Mary-Luce FIAUX NIADA)

1.5.07 – A Case Study of Learning Materials Used to Deliver Knowledge and Skills– or Competency–Based Curricula (in Tanzania) (Herme J. MOSHA)

1.5.08 – Education in Reconstruction: Promising Practices and Challenges in Four Post-Crisis Countries (Angela ARNOTT and the ADEA WGEMPS team)

1.5.09 – Qur’anic Schooling and Education for Sustainable Development in Africa: the case of Kenya (ADEA WGEMPS team)

1.5.10 – School Readiness and Transition in The Gambia (Musa SOWE; Mariavittoria BALLOTTA; Vanya BERROUET; Sven COPPENS; Rokhaya Fall DIAWARA; Jenieri SAGNIA and Yumiko YOKOZEKI)


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