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The Africa Evidence Network hosted the #AfricaEvidenceWebinar entitled 'We attain: using innovation and best practice to improve educational attainment in Middle Africa' on 16 September 2020.
As the AEN secretariat, we hosted participants alongside our amazing selection of speakers:
- Patrick Okwen, Team Lead, eBASE Africa
- Melaine Nsaikila, Research Fellow eBASE Africa
- Andrew Tangang, Research Fellow, eBASE Africa
- Rigobert Pambe, Global Fellow, eBASE Africa
- Aweh Akofu, Research Fellow, eBASE Africa.
Those who participated in this webinar learned more about and shared their experiences in:
- Working with ministries of education in Middle Africa (for example, Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger, and Chad), and
- Developing evidence portals that link evidence to practice and policy.
The participants learned more about how eBASE Africa plans to engage stakeholders to prioritize education attainment issues and develop a model for predicting the transferability of evidence.
This webinar is one of the pre-activities leading up to EVIDENCE 2020 ONLINE coordinated by the Enhancing Evidence Capacities working group.