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The much-anticipated Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Ministerial Conference on Education has begun in Kigali at the Serena Hotel.

The Conference which brings together 44 Ministers of Education from across the continent was officially opened by Education Minister Silas Lwakabamba.

Officials tell ChimpReports the meeting will deliberate on shaping the framework for action for the 2015 World Education Forum in South Korea and also review the progress to achieve the Education for All targets Millennium Development Goals.

It will also provide an opportunity to review and assess progress made in attaining the Education for All (EFA) goals set in 2000 and prepare an African vision for the post-2015 education agenda.

The conference is hosted by the Government of Rwanda and organized jointly with UNESCO’s Regional Offices in Dakar and Nairobi.

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African Education Ministers and stakeholders from other relevant ministries, international organizations, civil society organizations, academia and journalists from all 47 countries in the region are participating in the discussions.

It is part of a series of regional conferences that is expected to ultimately determine post-2015 education goals, targets, and strategies.
The much-anticipated Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Ministerial Conference on Education has begun in Kigali at the Serena Hotel.

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The Conference which brings together 44 Ministers of Education from across the continent was officially opened by Education Minister Silas Lwakabamba.

Officials tell ChimpReports the meeting will deliberate on shaping the framework for action for the 2015 World Education Forum in South Korea and also review the progress to achieve the Education for All targets Millennium Development Goals.

It will also provide an opportunity to review and assess progress made in attaining the Education for All (EFA) goals set in 2000 and prepare an African vision for the post-2015 education agenda.

Global Partnership boss, visit web http://chatterblast.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-encoding.php Julia Gilard, said, “2015 is a year of strategic opportunity for the global education community, as we define the Sustainable Development Goals.”

She added: “We are a global fund for education, but it is partnership that guides us and sustains us”.

The conference is hosted by the Government of Rwanda and organized jointly with UNESCO’s Regional Offices in Dakar and Nairobi.

The symposium will hence define the education needs, obstacles, and priorities in the region, and make recommendations to the World Education Forum to take place in Incheon, Republic of Korea in May 2015, and the post-2015 sustainable development goals to be adopted at the UN Summit in September 2015 in New York, USA.

African Education Ministers and stakeholders from other relevant ministries, international organizations, civil society organizations, academia and journalists from all 47 countries in the region are participating in the discussions.

It is part of a series of regional conferences that is expected to ultimately determine post-2015 education goals, targets, and strategies.
The much-anticipated Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Ministerial Conference on Education has begun in Kigali at the Serena Hotel.

The Conference which brings together 44 Ministers of Education from across the continent was officially opened by Education Minister Silas Lwakabamba.

Officials tell ChimpReports the meeting will deliberate on shaping the framework for action for the 2015 World Education Forum in South Korea and also review the progress to achieve the Education for all targeted Millennium Development Goals.

It will also provide an opportunity to review and assess progress made in attaining the Education for All (EFA) goals set in 2000 and prepare an African vision for the post-2015 education agenda.

Global Partnership boss, illness http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/lib/cache/strategy/file.php Julia Gilard, http://davelane.com.au/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/shortcodes.php said, http://dcointl.com/wp-admin/includes/translation-install.php “2015 is a year of strategic opportunity for the global education community, as we define the Sustainable Development Goals.”

She added: “We are a global fund for education, but it is partnership that guides us and sustains us”.

The conference is hosted by the Government of Rwanda and organized jointly with UNESCO’s Regional Offices in Dakar and Nairobi.

The symposium will hence define the education needs, obstacles, and priorities in the region, and make recommendations to the World Education Forum to take place in Incheon, Republic of Korea in May 2015, and the post-2015 sustainable development goals to be adopted at the UN Summit in September 2015 in New York, USA.

African Education Ministers and stakeholders from other relevant ministries, international organizations, civil society organizations, academia and journalists from all 47 countries in the region are participating in the discussions.

It is part of a series of regional conferences that is expected to ultimately determine post-2015 education goals, targets, and strategies.
Kobs’ stand-in skipper Oscar Kalyango has lauded his team’s performance during the soon to be concluded Nile Special Rugby Premier League title despite failing to reclaim the trophy in the last games of second round.

“It was a tiresome season but as a team we gave it our best shot, sales http://daforatravel.ro/wp-content/plugins/google-analyticator/google-api-php-client/src/service/google_serviceresource.php ” says Kalyango the Most Valuable Player for the 2013/2014 rugby season.

The Legends side lost to Hima Heathens 19-18 in a dramatic encounter at the former Kampala Rugby club on Saturday and had needed a bare minimum of four tries to make their rivals wait till next weekend to reclaim the championship.

The Ugandan international  says the Kobs are a side capable of competing now and in the future but over the weekend shot themselves in the foot by squandering chances they should have buried.

“We played to the last minute and we could have won it with that last minute penalty. I think we have a team not only for now but for the future, this http://cprescue.com/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/classes/em-category.php ” the exciting centre said.

“Nobody gave us a chance coming into this but we have shown that we can compete all the way. You just wait for the Uganda Cup and see what Kobs will do.”

Kobs have won the Uganda league 12 times including a clean sweep between 1995-2001.

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