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▸ Published on 18 February 2014

The report of the First African Ministerial Forum on ICT Integration in Education and Training is now available...

▸ Published on 18 February 2014

ADEA, in partnership with the African Development Institute of the African Development Bank (ADI/AfDB),...

▸ Published on 13 February 2014

Mr. Byll-Cataria was decorated with the grade of Knight in the Order of Academic Palms of Niger...

▸ Published on 13 February 2014

On January 22 and 23, 2014, Mr. Hamidou Boukary, Acting Executive Secretary of ADEA, met in Abidjan with...

▸ Published on 10 February 2014

The ADEA Inter-Country Quality Nodefor Peace Education (ICQN/PE) held a technical meeting in Nairobi...

▸ Published on 22 January 2014

ADEA attended a Meeting of Partners in Education Development in Africa organized by the African Union Commission (AUC) for Human Resources in Science and Technology (HRST)...

▸ Published on 17 January 2014

Based on a request made by the SADC Secretariat at its recent annual ministers meeting in Maputo, Swaziland and Botswana were designated to undergo a SADC Peer Review of their EMIS systems based on the SADC EMIS Norms and Standard Framework approved in 2012.

▸ Published on 16 January 2014

ADEA had the great pleasure of greeting the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) in Tunis, during the 39th Session of the ADEA Steering Committee...

▸ Published on 16 January 2014

ADEA held the 39th Session of its Steering Committee in Tunis, December 12-13, 2013. The meeting discussed the 2014 Program and Budget, ADEA’s financial situation and implementation of the organizational audit conducted in 2013...

▸ Published on 09 January 2014

Following his retirement from active service as the Executive Secretary of ADEA, the members of the ADEA Steering Committee and Staff at the ADEA Secretariat in Tunis, and the Working Groups based in various regions of Africa bid farewell to their former Executive Secretary on Friday December 13, 2013...

▸ Published on 09 January 2014

ADEA responded to a request by the Liberian Minister of Education Government to visit the country to assess how ADEA could support educational development in Liberia. Being a post-conflict country, Liberia is faced with a myriad of educational challenges in terms of access, quality and equity that need to be addressed in order to bring the country back on the developmental path...

▸ Published on 06 January 2014

In September, 2013 ADEA’s former Executive Secretary, Mr. Ahlin Byll-Cataria and Mr. Hamidou Boukary, currently Acting Executive Secretary met with the Prime Minister of Niger and four ministers in charge of the different sub-sectors of education (TVET, Primary, Secondary and Higher Education)...

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