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▸ Published on 28 November 2019

ADEA, USAID through GBA and AUC, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Education of Rwanda and the Ministry of Culture and Francophonie of Côte d’Ivoire, are planning in their respective countries a follow up Technical Seminar on National Book and Reading Policies (NBRP) in Africa, to support quality education for national development through improved literacy.

▸ Published on 25 September 2019

The ADEA's Task Force on Education Management and Policy Support (TFEMPS) in collaboration with the Government of Zimbabwe through its line ministries responsible for education and training, successfully peer reviewed the country’s Education Management Information System (EMIS).

Makha Ndao ADEA TFEMPS and Prof. Mavima, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education of Zimbabwe

▸ Published on 06 August 2019

The Task Force on Education Management and Policy Support (TFEMPS) of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) handed over on 22nd July 2019 a donation of office equipment to the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education of Zimbabwe (MoPSE) that comprised 16 computer desks, 12 office swivel chairs, 3 printer desks, 3 printers, and a scanner. 

▸ Published on 31 July 2019

31 July 2019, Johannesburg, South Africa – The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) yesterday concluded its High-Level Annual Policy Dialogue on Secondary Education in Africa: Preparing Youth for the Future of Work.

▸ Published on 25 July 2019

25th July 2019, Abidjan/Johannesburg - The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and the Ministry of Basic Education of South Africa in partnership with Mastercard Foundation will host the first-ever ADEA High-Level Policy Dialogue Forum on Secondary Education in Africa from 29th to 30th July 2019, at the Emperors Palace, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

▸ Published on 25 July 2019

he African Development Bank (AfDB), the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and the African Union (AU) are recommending the establishment of the African Education Fund (AEF) as the unique African mechanism to address the challenges of education and skills development in Africa.

▸ Published on 08 July 2019

The ADEA's ICQN-ECD organized the first Leadership Capacity Building Workshop on Early Childhood Education and Development (ECED) to contribute to the implementation of the Continental Education Strategy for Africa 2016-2025 (CESA 16-25) and strengthen ECED policy development.

▸ Published on 25 June 2019

Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire) 25th June 2019 – Participants at the just-concluded workshop in Nairobi on National Book and Reading Policies for Africa have validated the African Union (AU) continental framework to support quality education for national development.

▸ Published on 19 June 2019

Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), 19th June 2019 - The Inter-Country Quality Node on Early Childhood Development (ICQN-ECD) of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) will launch a first Leadership Capacity Building Workshop on Early Childhood Development from 24th to 26th June 2019 in Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius.

▸ Published on 18 June 2019

40 African publishers’ associations gathered on June 13th ahead of a two-day seminar in Nairobi as International Publishers Association (IPA) signed Memoranda of Understanding with the African Publishers Network (APNET) and the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) to formalise the IPA’s commitment to the region.

▸ Published on 14 June 2019

This strategic meeting is part of the long-lasting partnership between ADEA and USAID supported by the Global Book Alliance (GBA). It is a culmination of activities built on the gains made thus far, in following the Action Plan developed by ADEA and USAID in January 2018. 

▸ Published on 16 May 2019

The BLM section of the ADEA ICQN-TL recently concluded a successful forumin partnership with the African Publishers Network (APNET) which identified the elimination of piracy as well as the development of a National Book and Reading Policy as the top priorities for a Publishing Collaborative for Nigeria.

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