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2013/06/26

Experts : Ad Boeren

Policy studies; evaluation studies; development of adult education materials; communication training


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2012/10/23

Projets : Assessment of Sub-Saharan numeracy and literacy

Le Centre for Research in Primary Science and Technology a travaillé au développement d’outils d’évaluation formative et diagnostique des compétences de base en matière de lecture et de calcul au niveau du primaire des populations défavorisées des pays d’Afrique subsaharienne. Le projet a sollicité la participation directe ...


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2012/08/31

Projets : Ghana Distance Education Development Project

The project aimed to expand opportunities for and access to tertiary education in Ghana by building institutional capacity for establishing and maintaining distance education programs at four Ghanaian universities and by establishing a cooperative system for the development and provision of distance education at the tertiary level. The project contributed to the acceptance by Ghana's Ministry of Education ...


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2012/08/31

Projets : Reducing HIV Stigma

The main objective is to provide public school teachers and youth workers the knowledge and skills to reduce the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS, targeting university lecturers, trainers, teachers, out-of-school youth workers, school children and out-of school youth. Main activities are: • HIV/AIDS stigma curriculum and materials designed and produced for the 120 lecturers/trainers involved in the ...


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2011/10/14

Projets : Practical: Programme Reform and Alignment for increasing Competencies of Teachers and for Improving Comprehension and Application in Learning science and mathematics

This project addresses the lack of quality science and mathematics teachers by 1) improving the quantity and quality of science and mathematics teaching staff at all the levels and 2) improving the know-how and capacity in the education system to advance science and mathematics education in Ghana. Working cooperatively, the University of Cape Coast and the University of Education developed PRACTICAL ...


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2011/10/14

Projets : Open Door

“Open Door” aims to support higher education in Africa by making the Open University course materials available to African universities free of charge. There is a huge shortage of teaching resources in universities in low income African countries; some universities rely on donated textbooks which are often out of date. Open Door makes +250 Open University courses available to a group of ...


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2011/10/14

Projets : TESSA: Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

TESSA is a research and development programme aimed at creating 'open content' multimedia resources and course design guidance for teachers and teacher educators in Sub-Saharan Africa. Composed of an 18-member consortium of national and international organisations including 13 institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa, it has produced a large bank of materials directly aimed at enhancing and improving access ...


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2011/10/14

Projets : Implementing Quality Education in Low-Income Countries (EdQual)

EdQual is a five year collaborative research programme that aims to design and pilot initiatives to improve the quality of basic education in low-income countries. Researchers from six HE coordinate and work collaboratively on various research projects and on smaller consultative projects. Within the framework of EdQual, PhD students are sponsored and are brought into the research teams.  


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2011/09/13

Projets : Beyond the Basics: Education and Poverty

Bringing together the research team from University of Edinburgh and researchers in South Africa and India, this research programme studied the contribution of post-basic education and training to poverty reduction. As primary education has been centrally positioned in global development inititaives like the MDGs, post-education and training (PBET) have been sorely overlooked. Only with regards to ...


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2011/05/10

Experts : Rob Merkus

I started my career in development cooperation as a science teacher in Zambia. After return to the Netherlands and a number of years as a physics teacher I returned for 8 years to Africa as coordinator in a science teacher in-service development project based in the National University of Lesotho. I then worked for 4 years in a similar project at Chancellor College in Malawi. In 1998 I joined the University ...


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