African Ministers of Education, Technical and Vocational Skills Development (TVSD), Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), Higher Education and Employment, as well as representatives of development cooperation partners, private sector, civil society and youth, will be gathering...
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AKE , which kicked off in 2012 in Nairobi has been offered to talented Kenyan artists seeking to master the latest digital technologies to develop and market high quality cultural products and services.
On 29th March 2017, GESCI’s African Knowledge Exchange programme organized a policy forum towards an inclusive policy environment for youth skills and enterprise development. The forum took place at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya.
The GESCI Team actively participated in the ADEA 2017 Triennale centered on the theme “Revitalizing Education towards the Global 2030 Agenda and Africa’s Agenda 2063”
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.
The Global E- Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) marked the end of the Digital Creative Media programme.This one year initiative , with the 21 participants, having completed their training in Animation, Games and Apps design and development and Music and Sound Design, were awarded...
The 10th anniversary of the African Youth Charter was celebrated in Banjul, the Gambia, May 21-25, 2016. GESCI, took part in the commemoration organized by the AUC.
It has been three months since the training and up-skilling phase of AKE’s ‘A Creative Media Venture project’ began. A total number of 20 students have made it to the 2nd Phase where they will interact with clients and more skilled individuals.
GESCI is in Banjul this week to participate in the Banjul + 10 event organized by the AUC to celebrate 10 years implementation of the African Youth Charter. The team, headed by Jerome Morrissey, GESCI’s CEO, Duncan Onyango, creative media entrepreneur and former AKE tutor, and Alex Kirui, former...