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AU Education Agencies

  • African Union International Centre for Girls and Women Education in Africa (AU/CIEFFA)

    The African Union International Centre for Girls and Women Education in Africa... Read more: African Union...

  • Pan African Institute of Education for Development (IPED)

    Pan-African Institute for Education for Development (IPED, is a specialized institution... Read more: Pan African...

  • Pan African University (PAU)

    The Pan African University (PAU) is the culmination of continental initiatives of the... Read more: Pan African...

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THE PROPOSED PAN-AFRICAN ACCREDITATION AGENCY RECEIVES A BOOST FROM HIGHER EDUCATION AGENCIES AND MEMBER STATES

Addis Ababa, December 13 2018- The Education Division of the Department of Human...

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EDUCATION AGENCIES AND MEMBER STATES AGREE TO COLLABORATE TO IMPLEMENT THE CONTINENTAL EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR AFRICA (CESA 16-25)

Addis Ababa, December 11 2018 – The Education Division under the Department of Human...

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LAUNCH OF THE CESA CURRRICULUM CLUSTER

Addis Ababa, December 10 2018 – The Department of Human Resources, Science and...

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Communique: Education Policy on Safe Schools

Delegates from eleven (11) African countries attended the Continental Education Strategy for...

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CONTINENTAL EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR AFRICA (CESA 16–25)

Africa is ushering into an era that most observers and pundits are predicting will determine its destiny as the continent of the future. But to fulfill this promised bright future, the continent has to come to terms with its education and training systems that are yet to fully shed the weight of its colonial legacy and its own tribulations as a relatively new political and economic entity and player in the world arena.

 

In the bid to create a new African citizen who will be an effective change agent for the continent’s sustainable development as envisioned by the AU and its 2063 Agenda, the African Union Commission has developed a comprehensive ten-year Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 16-25). 

 

This strategy is driven by the desire to set up a “qualitative system of education and training to provide the African continent with efficient human resources adapted to African core values and therefore capable of achieving the vision and ambitions of the African Union.

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