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University of Ghana to continue online teaching and learning – Pro-Vice-Chancellor

The University of Ghana is continuing with online teaching and learning this year, except for some practical, clinical and tutorial programmes. The decision is...

Rwandan students adapt to remote learning amid COVID-19 pandemic

by James Gashumba Marlene Muhongerwa, a second year medical student at the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda, was in...

Teaching and learning in large classes and the ‘new normal’

It is the hope of parents and teachers that schools would soon reopen to bring life back to normal as government eases the restrictions...
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Kopano online education forum empowers educators in Namibia

By Ndalimpinga Iita An online education forum is harnessing the use of technology among educators in Namibia to bridge...

Kenya’s plan to resume learning in limbo amid spike in COVID-19 cases

Kenya's quest to resume formal learning suffered new headwinds on Tuesday when the government pushed it to next year amid worry over rising...
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COVID-19 : Airtel Uganda and Avaya partner to enable remote work & learning in...

....As Organizations Close to Curb COVID-19 Pandemic In quick response to the Ugandan government’s decision to limit access to offices, and schools and universities to...
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Botswana to reopen institutions of learning after COVID-19 closures

Botswana is set to reopen all institutions of learning in a not so distant future following the relaxation of confinement measures against the deadly...

Teachers undergo training to improve teaching and learning

A total of 1,424 teachers have been trained under e-Transform Teacher Capacity Building project which started in February 2018 and is aimed at...
A staff member disinfects subway train carriage in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, Feb. 13, 2020. To ensure the safety of passengers, Changsha has stepped up various prevention measures at subway stations to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, such as disinfection in subway stations and subway train carriages, temperature measuring, setting up new observation points and publicity of epidemic prevention information. (Xinhua/Chen Zeguo)

US media calls for learning from China in fight against COVID-19

Some mainstream US media called for learning China’s experiences in fighting against the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pneumonia as the epidemic situation is gradually improving...

Unilever Ghana Multipurpose Learning Centre opened

Unilever Ghana on Tuesday unveiled its multi-purpose learning centre in Tema to serve as a training hub for employees to gain the requisite skills...
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Chinese language learning boosts people-to-people exchanges between Ethiopia and China

Fantahun Tsegaye, a university student in Asela town of Ethiopia, was one of the 15 finalists of the 2018 Chinese language proficiency competition, dubbed...

YALA: to help enhance teaching and learning in Ghana

As part of its efforts of enhancing teaching and learning in the country, a non-governmental organization (NGO) called Critical Eye Multimedia, has taken a...
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Scaling-up Evergreen Agriculture Project kicks off

A new Food Security and Climate Change Project, dubbed, “Scaling-up Evergreen Agriculture Project” is to kick start in the Bawku West, Garu and Mion...

Re-Training Of Young Graduates Unnecessary

The Ghana Association of Science Teachers (GAST) has expressed worry that most industries often have to re-train the young graduate before they can fit...

Amansie West District Schools Receive Book Donation

One hundred and fifty (150) basic school children in the Moseaso Electoral Area, in the Amansie West District, have been supplied with large quantity...
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Cambodian Readers Fall In-love With Xi Jinping’s Book

The Cambodian version of the book "Xi Jinping: The Governance of China", which offers a new way to understand Chinese President's governance philosophy, has...

Why e-learning risks failure in West Africa?

With a population of over 349 million people, West Africa comprises 18 countries, all of which are taking up online learning to some extent....

ABL Begins Alcohol and Pregnancy Programme for Women

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) refer to a group of conditions, characterised by facial deformities, behavioural and learning problems that occur in persons whose...

Improved Teaching & Learning Translates to Teacher Motivation

Mrs Joan Addison, the Proprietress of God’s Grace International School, has said teacher motivation and professional development were crucial for the realisation of improved...

Mel B Cuts Links With Latest Cop Boyfriend.

Last week, In Touch magazine was first to report that Melanie “Mel B” Brown’s new boyfriend, a Beverly Hills cop, was married. Now, In...
Participants in a group picture at the 5th National Basic Sanitation Forum in Kumasi, Ashanti Region

UNICEF calls for information channels to promote rural sanitation in Ghana

The UNICEF Ghana Chief of WASH, Mr. David Duncan has advised WASH sector partners to share more information on WASH programme implementation in the...
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GES Strongly Defends Learning in Mother Tongue

Mr. Anthony Kwaku Amoah, a public relations officer (PRO) of Ghana Education Service (GES), has urged teachers to discourage the view of some individuals...

Actis launches first pan-African private higher education network

Actis, a leading investor in growth markets, has announced a major pan-African higher education initiative - Honoris United Universities. Honoris United Universities is the first...
Ships take shelter at a harbor in Sanmen County of east China's Zhejiang Province, July 11, 2015. The approaching Typhoon Chan-Hom has brought gales and rainstorms to Zhejiang Province, east China, forcing hundreds of flights to be canceled and highways to be closed, local authorities said Saturday. (Xinhua/Xu Yu) (zwx)

Heavy Rainstorm Destroy Valuables In Assin North District

A heavy rainstorm that hit Juaso in the Assin North District of the Central Region ripped off the roof of the District Teachers' Resource...
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Rwandan minister calls for learning China’s experience

The Rwandan government appreciates China's continued assistance and partnership in the country's development in various sectors from infrastructure to health and education, a Rwandan...
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Free PassCo App Launched To Enhance Teaching & Learning

As part of its academic intervention of enhancing teaching and learning in the country , a software engineering firm called REVO Education has launched...

Old Students Of OWASS Refurbish Science Laboratory

The science laboratory of the Opoku Ware Senior High School (OWASS) has been refurbished and supplied with vital tools to enhance the practical teaching...

WANEP Commissions Head Office Complex

The West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP) is going through a consolidation process and establishing itself as an organisation that is driven by vision...
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Namibian schools integrating ICT into learning

As the sun reaches its peak on a Tuesday afternoon, excitement booms at Jan Mohr Secondary School community in Windhoek, capital of Namibia. ...

2016 Miss World Event Was A Great Experience – Antoinette

Miss Ghana 2015, Antoinette Delali Kemavor has described her experience at the just ended 66th Miss World pageant in the United States of America...