The Ministry of National Education, Technical Teaching and Professional Training of Cote d’Ivoire and GESCI (Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative) launched a program to transform 20 secondary schools in the regions of Abidjan 1, Abidjan 2, Abidjan 3 and Yamoussokro into “Digital Schools of...
On May 30, the delegation attending The MasterCard Foundation Innovation in Secondary Education (ISE) Partners workshop visited four ADSI Schools in Kiambu County, Kenya.The schools included|: Precious Blood Kagwe,Ngenia Boys,Thika Girls Karibaribi and Karuri Secondary Schools. The visit was...
The workshop provided an opportunity for the partners to share their successes, failures and struggles and most importantly share ideas and provide feedback on various issues.
GESCI works with countries seeking to harness the potential of ICTs to increase access to, and improve the quality and effectiveness of education since 2005. In Tanzania ADSI will be implemented in 40 secondary schools and a minimum of 400 teachers in Science, Technical, English, and Mathematics...
ADSI emerged champion out of 345 nominated ICT success stories around the world.
jp.ik in partnership with GESCI coorganized the Oporto African Forum in the City of Porto (Portugal). The theme of the forum was “National ICT in Education policies and strategies to achieve development goals and implement the Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA) : Leadership and...
School leaders from the four selected counties in Kenya were taken through training by the GESCI technical team comprising of the Senior Education Specialist, ADSI Project Manager Kenya and the four project coordinators.
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”
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.
GESCI launched a Leadership Network for Sustainable Development (LN4SD) for its ALICT /LATIC alumni.