Strengthening and Promoting Education Data Systems and Utilization in Africa
Sustainable Development Goals: 3, 4, 5, 16
- SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-Being
- SDG 4 - Quality Education
- SDG 5 - Gender Equality
- SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
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Sep 15, 2021 @ 04:00 PM in Rome
We are looking forward to bringing together high-level experts to discuss data systems and their utilization in Africa. This LIVE webinar will provide important lessons learned from UNICEF’s Data Must Speak initiative, which supports African countries in strengthening the use of data for education management and decision-making.
- Raimo Dengeinge, Head of EMIS and Deputy Director for Planning and Development, Namibia Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture
- Brigitte Nshimyimana, Deputy Director of the Child Welfare Directorate, Namibia Ministry of Gender Equality, Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare
- Agoura Badja Tchewafei, Planning Specialist at the Planning and Evaluation Directorate, Togo Ministry of Education (MEPSTA)
- Nenad Tomic, Education Officer, UNICEF Namibia
- Ayao Agbagnon, Education Officer, UNICEF Togo
- Nicolas Reuge, Senior Adviser Education, UNICEF, NYHQ
- Jean Luc Yameogo, Education Specialist, UNICEF, NYHQ
- Renaud Comba, Data Must Speak Research Manager, UNICEF Innocenti
This webinar is part of Africa Evidence Week and will contribute essential knowledge to ongoing global education discussions such as: ➡️ How can education data systems be strengthened to drive better policy decisions on resource allocation and to manage education systems equitably? ➡️ How can education data be transformed into user-friendly formats to inform education planning at decentralized levels and social accountability at community level? ➡️ How to co-create and co-implement large-scale education research with Ministries of Education, local academics, and in-country partners during a global pandemic?
With thanks to the IDRC KIX team, the webinar will be conducted in English with simultaneous interpretation in French.