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Title: 2002 05 Program


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2002 05 Program
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Outline
Who / what is ERNWACA? What have we done? Where
are we going?
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Mission
Promote African expertise Promouvoir lexpertise
Africaine Create a research culture Creer une cu
lture de recherche Provide an independent and cri
tical look at national education systems
Apporter un regard critique et independent aux
systemes educatifs Improve education policies and
practices Ameliorer les politiques et pratiques

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Basic facts
Founded 1989, Freetown NGO Only bilingual educa
tion research network W/C Africa
250 member researchers Diverse institutional and
professional backgrounds Diverse disciplinary ba
ckgrounds 13 member countries
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Member Countries / Pays Membres
Bénin Burkina Faso Cameroun Côte d'Ivoire Gamb
ie Ghana Guinée Mali Niger Nigeria Sénégal
Sierra Leone
Togo
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Networking structure
15 to 25 members National Coordinator Nationa
l Coordinating Committee National Scientific Com
mittee
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Regional Steering Committee Regional Scientific
Committee
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Networking with partners
Networking Schemas, from Networking for
Development, STARKEY
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Regional Steering Committee
Joshua Baku, ERNWACA-Ghana secretary general,
West Africa Examinations Council, Accra
Abou Bamba, Coordinator, Network for Sustainable
Development in Africa (NESDA), Abidjan
Birger Fredricksen, Senior Education Advisor,
Africa Region, World Bank, Washington, DC, USA
Martial Dembele, Directeur associe du Centre
interuniversitaire Paul-Gérin-Lajoie de
développement international en éducation (CIPGL),
base à lUniversité de Québec a Montréal (UQAM),
chercheur Burkinabé et consultant Banque
Mondiale Aicha Bah Diallo, Deputy Assistant Direc
tor-General for Education, UNESCO, Paris former
Minister of Education, Guinea Paul Dougna, Educat
ion Specialist, African Development Bank, former
Professor of Economics at Universite du Benin a
Lome, Togo formerly with Ministry of Education
in Togo and first ERNWACA coordinator
Tape Goze, Directeur, Ecole Normale Superieure,
Cote dIvoire  ancien coordinateur du ROCARE-CI
Ann Therese NDOGN-JATTA, GAMBIAN Minister of Edu
cation Moustafa SOURANG, Senegalese Minister of E
ducation
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Regional Scientific Committee
Dr. (Mrs.) Sheila Bunwaree (from Mauritius),
Director of Research and Documentation, Council
for the Development of Social Sciences Research
in Africa (CODESRIA), headquartered in Dakar
Dr. (Mrs.) O.O. Busari (from Nigeria), Associate
Professor of Curriculum Studies, Faculty of
Education, University of Lagos
Dr. Medjomo Coulibaly (from Cote dIvoire),
Senior Education Expert, African Development Bank
(formerly with USAID Regional office in Dakar)
Dr. Soumaila Diakite (from Mali), Education
Advisor, Canadian International Development
Agency (CIDA), former Ministry head of Cabinet
and former head of Research at National
Pedagogical Institute Dr. (Mrs.) Karin Hyde (from
Sierra Leon), Latilewa Consulting Ltd., Nairobi,
Kenya, and member of Monitoring Evaluation
Technical Assistance Team of UNICEFs ESARO
Education Unit since 1997 Dr. Ousseynou Kane (fro
m Senegal), Chair, Department of Philosophy,
University Cheick Anta Diop, Dakar
Dr. Joel Samoff (from USA), Professor of
Political Science and African Studies, Stanford
University, Palo Alto, California
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Historique
  • Début 1989 (Freetown)
  • Phase I 1989 - 1992
  • Établissement bureaux nationaux
  • bibliographies nationales état des lieux de la
    recherche en education
  • Phase II 1993 - 1997
  • lancement études transnationales
  • planification Décennie de lEducation,
    Perspectives du Segou (1995),
  • integration sous-regionale
  • Phase III 1998 - 2001
  • 10eme Congres Mondial de lEducation Comparatif,
    Cape Town
  • ateliers/approche plaidoyer
  • Phase IV 2002 - 05

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Transnational Studies, 1993 - 2001
Factors affecting access and retention in
elementary schools Cote dIvoire Gambia Effects
of community participation on access and quality
of basic education (financing, management,
teaching, curriculum development, skills
development) Benin Burkina Faso Cameroon Ghana
Mali Senegal Togo
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Four objectives for 2002-2005
Reinforce national and regional education
research capacity Improve the quality and pertin
ence of research for practitioners and
decision-makers Disseminate research to stimulate
public and policy dialogue Strengthen ERNWACA as
an institution
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Activity
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1. Capacity-building
Small Grants Program for Education Research
(2002) 30 young researchers (30 women)
Research methodology workshops
Manual on action-research Over 50 researchers in
11 countries involved in transnational work on
quality of education, ICTs and HIV/AIDS and
education
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2. Research
Consultancies at national and regional level
(UNICEF, World Bank, SchoolNet, etc.)
Fund for Transnational and Collaborative Research
(funding sought)
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Research Agenda
INCORPORATE GENDER ANALYSIS all themes
Quality of Instruction and Management of Teacher
s Impact of HIV/AIDS on education systems and edu
cation response Education in countries in crisis
or conflict Contribution of New Technologies to E
ducation in Africa Use of National Languages in E
ducation Sector Analysis Reform processes, dece
ntralization, community participation, private
sector involvement Beyond basic education links
to non-formal, TEVT, higher education
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Research Activity, 2002 - 2004
Quality of Education 11-country literature revi
ew, 1992-2002 seek to publish on emerging
research trends and numerise best 200 studies
reviewed 10 Small Grants research projects, see s
ummary of findings/recommendations
HIV/AIDS Review of 75 research reports and policy
documents from 5 countries, upload to central
Clearinghouse, national/thematic syntheses in
progress Perspective prepare transnational stud
y ICTs 2-yr., 5-country study of 40 pioneer scho
ols Perspective apply findings to development
of teacher training programs
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3. Communication, Public / policy dialogue
Electronic communications Web site, publications
online www.rocare.org ERNWACA News / Nouvelles
du ROCARE (4x/yr., 5 Jan. 2004)
Online Researcher Profiles Database
NATIONAL Cafés ROCARE 4 seminars per country p
er year (piloting in Mali beginning Jan. 2004)
Discussion/policy papers published in series
REGIONAL policy dialogue Critical Perspectives
seminar on Education Schooling and Skills develo
pment from a gendered perspective, September
2004, Bamako, MALI (NORRAG Cooperation Suisse)
Institutionalize this policy dialogue space (need
funding for subsequent years)
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4. Institution-building
National Membership diversity / quality / proact
ivity Membership dues and annual fees 15 of con
sultancy fees toward administrative expenses
National institutional ministerial support
Initiation of partnerships Regional Evaluati
on to update that of 1996 (World Bank funded?)
Meetings of regional steering / scientific
committees Diversify and solidify funding base

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Partners
Core support IDRC USAID Project support Associ
ation for the Development of Education in Africa
(ADEA) International Institute for Educational Pl
anning (IIEP) Canadian universities (UQAM, Univer
sity of Montreal) NORRAG and Swiss development co
operation In negotiation ADB, Swedish SIDA, NORR
AD
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Merci
Thank you
pour votre soutien au ROCARE.
for your support for ERNWACA.
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Policy / public dialogue
Let us use these ideas to ensure that our
reconstruction and development go ahead in
harmony.
Nelson Mandela In the research domain, there
is no single recipe for policy impact. Luck and
persistence, along with good science, are vital
ingredients.
David Glover, 1995
 Determining what issues are discussed may be
the single most powerful political act.
Seekings and
Fawcett, 1986
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