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ADEA is first and foremost a forum for policy dialogue on education policies. One of its major objectives is to encourage exchanges and reinforce links between ministries of education and development agencies.
ADEA is governed by a Steering Committee composed of ten African ministers of education and representatives of most multilateral, bilateral and private development organizations that work in the education sector in Africa. ... [according to site editor's information]
The South African CHE is an independent statutory body with the responsibility to advise the Minister of Education on all matters related to higher education policy issues and quality assurance within higher education and training. [according to site editor's information]
The website of the Ministry of Education explains the government policy (speeches, press releases, parliamentary questions) and gives access to related documents. [editors ilissAfrica]
The website of the Mozambican Ministry of Education and Culture explains the official policy and presents numerous related institutions and full-text documents. [editors ilissAfrica]
The website Ministry of Education and Human Resources informs about educational policies. A number of publications and reports is downloadable. [according to site editor's information]
The Tertiary Education Commission has as objects to promote, plan, develop and coordinate post-secondary education in Mauritius and to implement an overarching regulatory framework to achieve high international quality. It also has the responsibility to allocate government funds to the Tertiary Education Institutions under its purview and to ensure accountability and optimum use of resources.
A number of reports is downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
ETSIP is a fifteen-year strategic plan (2006 -2020) developed by the Namibian education sector in response to the demands of Vision 2030, which foresees Namibia achieving higher levels of industrialisation and earnings, together with greater social equity. ETSIP recognizes that education is of cross-cutting importance for almost all sectors, for HIV control, poverty reduction, democracy, multi-culturalism and good governance.
A number of related documents are for download. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
Website of the Ministry of Education in Rwanda: "The aim of education is to combat ignorance and illiteracy and to provide human resources useful for the socio-economic development of Rwanda through the education system." [according to site editor's information]