On March 24, 2017 The GESCI Board of Directors and GESCI's senior management staff held the quarterly meeting to discuss implementation of the 2017-2020 GESCI Strategy
At GESCI, we believe strongly in partnerships.
We believe it is important to work with a diverse array of stakeholders through what we call multi-stakeholder partnerships. These partnerships are critical in our work because development is a vital but complex and dynamic process that requires everyone with a stake to pitch in.
Our partners range from Ministries of Education and Training, Higher Education and Research, Science, Technology and Innovation, and Youth, donors, civil society organisations, private sector entities, community organisations and other organisations working in the technology, innovation and education development space.
To date GESCI is supported by the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Mastercard Foundation, who graciously provide core support and funding for its programs.
GESCI has also signed Memorandums of Understanding with the following strategic and implementing partners: the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), the Forum of African Women Educationists (FAWE), the Ecole supérieure multinationale des télécommunications (ESMT), the University of Mauritius and St. Mary’s University (SMU).
GESCI is always open to forming new enriching partnerships. It is currently looking for partners to support its ongoing programs and operations and to be able to respond to country demands. If you are interested in supporting and / or partnering with GESCI please contact us.
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.