|Title:||Survey of ICT and Education in Africa (Volume 2): 53 Country Reports|
|Notes:||Visit the infoDev website to view this resource.|
From the website:
These short reports provide general overviews of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in individual African countries. The preliminary data presented here, drawn from a quick survey process conducted in 2007, should be regarded as illustrative rather than exhaustive.
ICT use in education is at a particularly dynamic stage in Africa; new developments and announcements are happening on a daily basis somewhere on the continent. Therefore, these reports, which are of variable length and quality, should be seen as best-effort “snapshots” that were current at the time they were taken; it is expected that certain facts and figures presented may become dated very quickly.
Each short report provides a general overview of current activities and developments related to ICT use in education in the country, using the following format:
- Country profile
- The Education System
- ICT Policies
- Current ICT Initiatives and Projects
- Implementing ICT in Education
Note: Each country can be downloaded separately, or it can be downloaded as one large pdf.