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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa
A Summary Report, Based on 53 Country Surveys
These short reports provide general overviews of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in individual African countries. The preliminary data presented here, drawn from a quick survey process conducted in 2007, should be regarded as illustrative rather than exhaustive.
ICT use in education is at a particularly dynamic stage in Africa; new developments and announcements are happening on a daily basis somewhere on the continent. Therefore, these reports, which are of variable length and quality, should be seen as best-effort “snapshots” that were current at the time they were taken; it is expected that certain facts and figures presented may become dated very quickly.
Each short report provides a general overview of current activities and developments related to ICT use in education in the country, using the following format:
- Country profile
- The Education System
- ICT Policies
- Current ICT Initiatives and Projects
- Implementing ICT in Education
It is anticipated that the country reports developed as part of infoDev's Survey of ICT and Education in Africa will serve as the building block for an on-line database (in a wiki format) that will be updated collaboratively over time, based on additional research and feedback received through the infoDev web site.
To suggest modifications to these country reports, please e-mail ict4edu AT infoDev DOT org or enter your comments on the individual country report pages on the infoDev web site.
This project is proudly supported and funded by the European Commission.
By Glen Farrell (Lead Editor), Shafika Isaacs (Editor) & Michael Trucano (Editor). Published December 2007.