African Leadership Programmes
TVSD and digital skills and youth entrepreneurship
Empowerment of youth through ICT- Infused Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD) and entrepreneurship development for employment and self-employment
WHAT WE DO
GESCI's mission is to work with governments and partners in providing strategic support to develop and implement models of good ICT-based practice for high-quality education and training and to build effective leadership capacities in ICT and Knowledge Society development at all levels in countries across the developing world.
BUILD SUCCESS THROUGH OUR EXPERIENCE IN PREPARING FOR KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIES
GESCI participated in the commemoration event that celebrated the 10th anniversary of the African Youth Charter t in Banjul, the Gambia, May 21-25,...Read more
It has been three months since the training and Upskilling phase of AKE’s ‘A Creative Media Venture project’ began. A total number of 20 students have...Read more
Focused on Creative Media Sector, providing innovative programs in the establishment of media focussed companies
GESCI is running an innovative program combining culture and digital media technology dubbed ‘African Knowledge Exchange (AKE) – Creative Media Venture’. The program is a first in the trialling and development of a new integrated model for skills and enterprise development.
AKE addresses the issue of youth unemployment and job creation through developing and deepening the technical and entrepreneurship skills of young African artists in the creative multi-media industry.
View what artists participating in GESCI’s innovative AKE-Creative Venture program produced here
Tailored specifically to the professional development needs of Africa’s future architects of the Knowledge Society in the fields of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation (STI), and ICT policy making and planning
STEM skills critical for social and economic advancement developed through scaled models of ICT integration in education.
he broad objective of the Teacher Development for the 21st Century (TDev21) pilot is to build teacher capacity in Sub Saharan Africa for effective use of technology, particularly ICT in Education.
GESCI, Côte d’Ivoire and ADEA honor graduates from the ALICT program for ICT leadership and the development of knowledge society
GESCI and Uganda will honour senior officials graduating in leadership in ICT and Knowledge Society development
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