On 16th March 2017,an MOU set to run for 3 years, was signed in Dakar, Senegal by GESCI’s Chief Executive Officer, Jerome Morrissey and His Excellency, Minister of Primary,Secondary and Professional Education of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mr. Gaston Musemena BONGALA.
On 16th March ,2016 an MOU, set to run for 3 years was signed in Dakar, Senegal by GESCI’s Chief Executive Officer, Jerome Morrissey and the Chief of Staff Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Guinea (MoHESR), Republic of Guinea, Mme Cherif Zeinab CAMARA.
This Webinar is organized by the Leadership Network for Sustainable development (LN4SD) ,hosted by The Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) an international non-profit organisation founded on the recommendation of the United Nations Task Force on Information Communication...
GESCI launched a Leadership Network for Sustainable Development (LN4SD) for its ALICT /LATIC alumni.
The training has an emphasis on guidance and direction together with technical, advisory, mentoring and consultative supports at every phase of the project rather than a re-establishment of the traditional teacher/student environment.
An Evaluation of the African Leadership in ICT Programme from a Quality Assurance Perspective
GESCI -Global E Schools and Communities Initiative, The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) and The President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government (PORALG) of the United Republic of Tanzania signed MoU on 7th February, 2017.
The ADEA Triennale (formerly Biennale) is one of the most important global events on education and training in Africa, not only for the content of the discussions but also for the quality of the analytical work and high level participants invited.
The Global E-Schools and Communities initiative in partnership with the MasterCard Foundation is training 800 teachers from four selected counties in Kenya.
As part of the process to integrate ICTs in teaching and learning, GESCI and The MasterCard Foundation have distributed laptops, modems and digital projectors to schools in the four selected counties in Kenya.