30-Sep-2019 to 11:10

UNDP, EPA, UL launch graduate program on environmental studies

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Team Leader for Sustainable Economic Development, Dorsla Farcarthy, has expressed optimism that the introduction of Environmental Studies and Climate Change graduate program at the University of Liberia is a giant stride towards bridging and identifying capacity gap in environment and climate change sectors.

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20-Sep-2019 to 20:12

Rwanda: Teacher arrested for kissing female student

APA -Kigali (Rwanda) — The director of a primary school of "Fraternity Complex" in Rubavu, a district in Northwestern Rwanda has been charged with "paedophilia" and taken into custody after he kissed a 10 year-old female student in his office, local media reported Friday in Kigali quoting a police source in the region.

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18-Sep-2019 to 12:26

World Bank concerned about the quality of education in Kenya

APA-Nairobi(Kenya) — The World Bank on Wednesday expressed concern that large numbers of children are completing primary school without acceptable basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills.

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17-Sep-2019 to 13:13

Kenyan teacher Tabichi meets Trump

APA-Nairobi(Kenya) — Kenyan teacher, Peter Tabichi, who was named the winner of the $1 million Global Teacher Prize 2019 has met US President Donald Trump, APA learnt Tuesday.

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06-Sep-2019 to 15:24

EU awards scholarships to 60 Ethiopians

APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — European Union (EU) has awarded Erasmus Mundus scholarships for 60 Ethiopian students.

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05-Sep-2019 to 16:27

Ghana: NAGRAT declares nationwide strike

APA-Accra (Ghana) — The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has declared a nationwide strike over what they termed untold pressure and hardship brought on to teachers by the newly introduced human resource management information system (HRMIS).

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03-Sep-2019 to 06:23

Malawi’s high school exams results ‘a disaster’, says expert

APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Malawi’s education system has suffered a setback, with only 50.36 percent of its high school students who wrote the final exams passing the all-important tests, Education Minister William Susuwele-Banda announced on Monday.

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