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:
1. Patrick Okwen, Team Lead, eBASE Africa
2. Melaine Nsaikila, Research Fellow eBASE Africa
3. Andrew Tangang, Research Fellow, eBASE Africa
4. Rigobert Pambe, Global Fellow, eBASE Africa
5. 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.