EDUCATION

Kenya: new Masters in Cooperation

ROME, Italy, March 25, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The University of Kenya in Nairobi joins the Italian Cooperation, the Cooperation and Development Network (CDN) the UN Development Program (UNDP), Tangaza University College, NGOs CISP, COOPI and VIS and the Collegio Santa Caterina da Siena in offering the new Masters in Economics (Cooperation and Human […]

Categories: AFRICA, African Press Organization, EDUCATION, Kenya

Why and how Africa should invest in African languages and multilingual education

An interesting paper from UNESCO published in June 2010 challenges many common assumptions about African mother-tongues and multilingual education.

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Book: Mathematics in African History and Cultures

This volume constitutes an updated and extended version of the bibliography published under the same name in 2004 by the African Mathematical Union.

Categories: BOOKS, EDUCATION, HISTORY, PAPERS and REPORTS, TECHNOLOGY

The Asmara Declaration on African Languages and Literatures

The  Asmara Declaration on African Languages and Literatures (pdf) is an important document which is the summation of a conference held in Asmara in 2000 where 250 writers, scholars, publishers and others with a great interest in this area gathered to discuss linguistics in Africa. The declaration has been translated into many African languages. A follow […]

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The eLearning Africa 2013 Survey

e-Learning Africa Survey : The state of Africa’s learning landscape in 2013‏ Launched today, The eLearning Africa 2013 Survey will monitor African opinion on how the Continent’s learning landscape is changing under the influence of new technologies. Under the overarching theme of ‘Mobility and the MDGs in Africa beyond 2015′, this major pan-African survey will […]

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Zimbabwe : Is the education sector on the road to recovery?

Is Zimbabwe’s education sector on the road to recovery? HARARE, 24 January (IRIN) – Zimbabwe’s education system, once regarded as the finest on the continent, was a casualty of the country’s economic meltdown in the 2000s, when it nearly collapsed – but lately there have been signs of recovery. The education malaise was widely blamed […]

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