The PanAf network organized a workshop on strategic policy influence from January 16th to 17th, in Bamako, Mali.
The workshop was attended by researchers from the participating countries of project.
Facilitators: Jeff Knezovich and Nick Scott
Slides / Présentations Strategic policy influence pdf Research communication and effective messaging pdf Introduction to policy briefs pdf Events Formats pdf Working (...)
The final workshop of the "Panafrican Research Agenda on the Pedagogical Integration of ICTs" was held from 13 to 14 January 2012 in Bamako, Mali. It was an opportunity for researchers, in the presence of policy makers, to share the results of their research on the use of ICT in African schools and discuss the future of the project.
The PanAf Project was managed by the Educational Research Network for West and Central Africa (ERNWACA), in partnership with the University of Montreal and (...)
On the occasion of the World Education Forum held in London from 9 to 11 January 2012, the Executive Director of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Irina Bokova Tuesday reiterated that quality education is a basic human right and called for the use of new technologies to facilitate teaching and learning in the world.
"This was never more true than today, in times of economic crisis. Quality education is a basic human right, and also a driver of (...)
Starting next term, all students at A-level will be taught either information and communications technology (ICT) or mathematics.
Grace Baguma, the deputy director of the National Curriculum Development centre (NCDC), made the announcement recently at a workshop on the ‘Policy Dialogue on Pedagogical Integration of ICT in Uganda’s Education System’ at Makerere University. The dialogue was assessing the performance of the Pan-African Research Agenda for the Pedagogical Integration of ICT (...)
The Elementary school Masse Massaër Niane 2 of the Sicap Baobab has just been offered a multimedia room as a result of the partnership between the city of Besançon, the insurance company Axa France and the State of Senegal. This multimedia room is equipped with 20 computers connecte to the internet with educational software and servers.
The Minister of Elementary Education Kalidou Diallo, chaired the opening ceremony of a multimedia room at the initiative of Senegal clic (Seneclic). He (...)
On Monday, December 19th, 2011, the national team of the PanAf project in the Central African Republic held a national policy dialogue workshop on the integration of ICT in education in the room Comlan QUENUM of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Bangui.
The participants included:
Representatives of the Ministries of Higher Education and Research, Post and Telecommunications in charge of New Technologies, principals of the University of Bangui and those of private higher (...)
The Umojanet project deals with developing and structuring regional broadband infrastructure. The project aims to enhance the regional and global connectivity of Africa and also to boost economic growth via improved access to information, services and education. It helps to bridge the digital gaps between different regions of the continent as well as internationally.
The Umojanet project is aimed at strengthening the broadband infrastructure by laying new underground and aerial cross-border (...)
The national financial school of Burkina Faso, ENAREF is now visible on the Internet through its website www.enaref.gov.bf. The website was officially launched on December 20, 2011 during a ceremony chaired by Mathurin Bako, Chairman of the Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts (ARCEP ). The full report is available here: Burkina Faso: NTIC - L’Enaref s’installe sur la toile (...)