eLearning Africa Conference is the opportune moment for Africa to reflect on challenges facing African education systems and provide sustainable solutions by outstandingly stimulating African talents.
According to Rwanda’s Education Minister, Dr Valentine Uwamariya and Rwanda’s Minister of ICT and Innovation, Paula Ingabire: “Africa needs even greater mobilisation of all levels of government and private sector organisations to develop impactful solutions that will ensure equitable and affordable access to broadband connectivity, in order to achieve the targets, set for 2025.”
The ministers were speaking to eLearning Africa ahead of the conference as political leaders, education experts and investors from all over the world prepare to head to Rwanda for eLearning Africa, scheduled to take place in Kigali, from May 11th to 13th.
Dr Uwamariya said: “Rwanda is a resilient, forward-looking country with a vision of becoming a globally competitive knowledge-based economy. Embracing competitive technology-assisted learning is one of the key enablers towards improving quality of education and promoting independent and lifelong learning at all levels of education.”
“We have seen tremendous collaborations during the pandemic to enable greater access to digital services. Moving forward we need even greater mobilisation of all levels of government and private sector organisations to develop impactful solutions that will ensure equitable and affordable access to broadband connectivity,” said Minister Ingabire.Click below to share this article