Assessing early learning (West and Central Africa)
Date de publication: 01 nov. 2021
Source: Organisations internationales-UNICEF
Since 2014, UNICEF in Western and Central Africa began providing technical and financial support to develop early learning assessment tools to help countries assess children’s cognitive, language, socio-emotional and motor skills that are critical for a smooth transition to primary school. As of October 2021, a total of 13 countries – Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, The Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, São Tome & Principe, Senegal and Togo – have conducted early learning assessments.
Renforcer les compétences au Cameroun: Développement inclusif de la main-d’oeuvre, compétitivité et croissance
Date de publication: 28 oct. 2016
Source: Organisations internationales
Le présent rapport est destiné à aider le Cameroun à augmenter les compétences de sa population active afin d’accroître la productivité et la compétitivité dans le domaine du travail et de créer des emplois, tout en reconnaissant que de nombreux facteurs autres que les compétences peuvent inhiber cette productivité et cette création d’emplois. Plus précisément, l’objectif de l’étude est d’appuyer une stratégie nationale de développement des compétences et de politiques et institutions connexes aux fins de soutenir la compétitivité, la productivité et la création d’emploi.
TVET teacher education in Africa
Date de publication: 15 août 2016
Source: Autres sources
This study has three broad objectives. Firstly, it seeks to compare experiences on the education and training of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) teachers in South Africa, Egypt, Ghana, Tanzania, and Cameroon. Secondly, it seeks to get input from inspiring practices from European Member States. Lastly, policy pointers should be proposed for further action. This study was commissioned as part of the South Africa – EU Strategic Partnership sectoral policy dialogue in education. Data was collected between December 2014 and September 2015. The study serves as input to that policy dialogue, in particular in relation to the education and training of upper secondary and higher TVET teachers working in institution-based TVET providers in the formal public education system.