WGEMPS Publications

The 2017/18 pilot project implemented the school attendance reporting module of an existing ICT-based school management system, named School-Link, in 103 schools across Namibia including a mobile school with over 3,000 students.

The Zimbabwe EMIS Peer Review was conducted from the 16 th to the 20 th of September 2019 by a team of experts from the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA), Namibia and Zambia. The main objective of the mission was to assess the Zimbabwe Education Sector EMIS Norms and Standards based on the SADC EMIS Norms and Standards Assessment Framework.

This is the final project technical report for the Innovations for Monitoring Teacher and Learner Attendance Pilot Project in Namibia. This report summaries the achievements, lessons learnt, and challenges experienced during the implementation of the pilot project for the period July 2017 and July 2018.

The Republic of the Gambia Peer Review has an overall ranked score 3.18. Based on this score, the Republic of the Gambia Education Management Information Systems (EMIS) is perceived as producing statistical information that are acceptable (scores 2.6-3.3) as per the developed ECOWAS EMIS Norms and Standards. Most of the assessment on the scores was on MoBSE. There are a lot of challenges with the Ministry of Higher Education Research Science and Technology with regards the collection and production of a relevant, reliable, accurate, comprehensive and timely data on it sub-sector.

A key challenge facing institutions in the African Region’s is inability to report on its human resource development achievements and challenges is information gaps .This is a problem of inadequate data coverage of all education institutions (both public and private) and all subsectors in the education system. In other cases, it is the structural arrangements for the management of education in the absence of a policy and norms and standards for the management of education information.

Le Mali, à l’instar de pays comme le Mozambique et le Ghana, a soumis son SIGE à une revue par les pairs selon les normes et standards SIGE de la CEDEAO, adoptés en 2012. Cette évaluation, conduite sous le leadership du MEN et la coordination du GTGEAP/ADEA a aussi bénéficié de l’appui des partenaires que sont la Commission de la CEDEAO et l’UA. Ce travail a également été réalisé avec la forte implication de l’équipe nationale SIGE mise en place à cet effet et de pairs venus du Burkina Faso et du Togo.

The informal economy can be regarded as the powerhouse of developing economies, particularly in Africa and Asia. It accounts for 95% of new jobs in these continents which can be accessed by a vast number of unemployed youths and young people that enter the labour market annually…

Produced by the ADEA Working Group on Education Management and Policy Support (WGEMPS)...

Produced by the ADEA Working Group on Education Management and Policy Support (WGEMPS)

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