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Secondary Education in Africa: Preparing Youth for the Future of Work is Mastercard Foundations latest collaborative effort between multiple donors, partners, and research organizations including a key partnership with ADEA. The report, due to be released in early 2020, focuses on the role of secondary education in ensuring youth acquire the skills, knowledge, and competencies necessary to succeed in a dynamic and globalized labor market.
I thank the ADEA because it was his dying wish that his message be seen by as many people as possible, especially young Indigenous people, to warn them to look after themselves and to heed the advice of health professionals.
In her speech, ADEAs Executive Secretary, Oley Dibba-Wadda affirmed: "African Education must support Science, Technology and Innovation.
The Association for the Development of Education in Africas Working Group on Education Management and Policy Support (ADEA WGEMPS) and the Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE) are searching for ideas and scalable innovative programmes and projects that can successfully enhance girls secondary education in Africa.
The fourth regional consultative meeting for Southern Africa to discuss the upcoming triennial of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) took place in Luanda, Angola, on July 17-28, 2016.
According to Grace Orado, the science expert representing the sub-theme coordinator from ADEAs Inter-Country Quality Node on Mathematics and Sciences Education (ICQN-MSE),this regional consultation offered not only a platform to all participants for sharing lessons learnt, good practices, and successful innovations in Africa and elsewhere, it also explored strategies for addressing the challenges identified and being able to re-create, within specific contexts, the conditions and factors for building successful knowledge-based African economies and societies.
A delegation of the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) Steering Committee, led by Oley Dibba-Wadda, ADEA Executive Secretary, met with Akinwumi Adesina, President of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB), on April 25, 2016 at the Banks offices in Abidjan.
The Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) and the Government of Rwanda through the Ministry of Education signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to foster education quality through the launch of the new Inter-Country Quality Node on Teaching and Learning (ICQN-TL) in Kigali on February 18, 2016.
ADEAs Executive Secretary said, Recognizing the centrality of technology in the sustainable development of Africa, ADEA has consecrated the third strategic goal of its medium-term plan (2013 to 2017) to the strengthening of ICTs as a means to improve education and training results.
By signing the above mentioned MoU, JICA renewed its remarkable full member subscription to ADEA membership, which entitles it to receive some of the following quality services provided by the Association: Invitation to ADEA meetings, including the Steering Committee sessions and the Triennales on Education in Africa; Access to ADEAs networks, working groups, publications, databases and so forth.
Congress passed the ADEA because it found older workers to be at an increasing disadvantage in the workplace, facing inequities like unfair mandatory retirement policies, disproportionately high unemployment, and on-the-job discrimination.
With funding from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA) organized the training under the auspices of the ADEA Inter-Country Quality Node on Mathematics and Science Education (ICQN-MSE), supported by the Kenya Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.