Sub-Theme 2
Sub-theme 2. Lifelong technical and vocational skills development for sustainable socioeconomic growth in Africa


2.1.01 – Technical and vocational education and training in Burundi: Towards a new participative management structure and a new system of co-financing (Pascal NSHIMIRIMANA)

2.1.02 –THE «MAISON ECOLE» PROJECT: Helping to integrate and re-integrate girl-mothers in difficulty Congo-Brazzaville (Maurice BANOUKOUTA and Gaston DZONDHAULT)

2.1.03 –The Professionalization of Agricultural Education in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Emmanuel MADILAMBA YAMBA-YAMBA)

2.1.04 – A Holistic Approach to Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD) Policy and Governance Reform: The Case of Ghana (Dan BAFFOUR-AWUAH and Samuel THOMPSON)

2.1.05 –Reform of TVET Teacher Education in Kenya: Overcoming the Challenges of Quality and Relevance (Ahmed FEREJ; Kisilu KITAINGE and Ooko ZACHARY)

2.1.06 –Recognition and Validation of Prior Learning: The Example of Mauritius (Kaylash ALLGOO; Ramesh RAMDASS and Urvasi G SANTOKHEE)

2.1.07 – Impact Evaluation Study of the UNESCO-Nigeria TVE Revitalization Project (Masud KAZAURE and Engr. A D K MUHAMMAD)

2.1.08 –The Partnership Based Management of Vocational Training Centers in Tunisia (Abdelaziz HALLEB)

2.1.09 –PRODEFPE : A Tool for Skills Development for Promoting Employment in Mali, Economic Growth and a Competitive Labor Force (Traoré Cheick FANTAMADY)

2.1.10 –The development and operation of Labor Market Information Systems (LMISs): Case Study of The Gambia (Franklyn LISK)

2.1.11 – The contribution of non-formal education centers to skills development in the primary sector: the case of the Songhaï Centre in Benin (Thierry Claver HOUNTONDJI; Sylvère HOUNDJEMON; Guy LOUEKE and Placide WANKPO)

2.1.12 What strategies for reform to lead to professional skills development facilitating access to employment?  (Ibra DIENE ; Ndeye NGONE DIOP ; Laty GUEYE )

2.2.01 – Transnational thematic study on schemes and approaches for helping people into employment (West Africa) (Amara KAMATE; Emile BIH; Philippe N’DRI and Roch YAO GNABELI)

2.2.02 – Restructuring TVET as part of the Educational Reforms in Rwanda, A case on Public Private Partnership in Rwandan TVET (John GAGA and Ibrahim C. MUSOBO)

2.2.03 – National qualifications frameworks developed in Anglo-Saxon and French traditions: Considerations for sustainable development in Africa (Kaylash ALLGOO; Anne Marie CHARRAUD and James KEEVY)


2.3.01 – Skills Development for Secure Livelihoods (Katrin KOHLBECHER; Susanna ADAM)

2.3.02 – Lessons learned from selected National Qualifications Frameworks in Sub-Saharan Africa (Katrin KOHLBECHER; Werner HEITMANN)

2.3.03 – Strengthening sub-regional synergies on TVET for youth employment: Development of an Inter-Agency Task Team to revitalize TVET in the ECOWAS Member States (Ann-Therese NDONG-JATTA; Hassana ALIDOU; Hervé HUOT-MARCHAND and Saidou JALLOW)

2.3.04 – Integrating basic education, life and vocational skills within a system approach for adult and non-formal education: Experiences, lessons learnt and outlook from an Ethiopian perspective  (Katrin KOHLBECHER; Sonja BELETE; Ivon LABERGE and Gerhard QUINCKE)

2.3.05 – Flexible Skills Development Harnessing appropriate technology to improve the relevance and responsiveness of TVET (Alison MEAD RICHARDSON)


2.4.01 – The challenges, issues and current situation regarding agricultural and rural training in Francophone Africa: possible areas for discussion and work (Igor BESSON)

2.4.03 – The Joint SADC-UNESCO Regional Experience      UNESCO BREDA SADC (Lina Maria BELTRAN ESPINOSA; Rosalina MAPONGA; Lomthandazo MAVIMBELA and Saul MURIMBA)

2.4.04 – The role of NGOs in promoting innovative models of TVSD and facilitating new partnerships: An analysis of the role of professional networks and North-South cooperation (Annemette DANIELSEN and Eva IVERSEN)

2.4.05 – Research into technical and vocational skills that foster inclusion: State of play, constraints and outlook in three West African countries (Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire and Ghana) (François Joseph AZOH; Michel CARTON; Fédérique WEYER)

2.4.06 – A comparative case study on Gender and Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD) in Liberia and Sierra Leone: From Policy to Practice (Oley DIBBA-WADDA; Marema DIOKHANE DIOUM)

2.4.07 – Analysis of the Experience of New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) (Efia R. ASSIGNON and Liane ROY)



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