Providing a high-quality and full education is obligatory for developing countries in Africa and other continents of our planet. Only educated people can find a place in this world, choose a career path and ensure a happy future for themselves and their families. Young people in developing countries face numerous challenges, such as poverty, lack of learning opportunities, low-paid jobs, etc. That’s why universities and organizations from worldwide gather to solve these problems because only mutual efforts can overcome the challenges. They offer scholarships for these students that let them enter leading universities in Europe, Asia, or the USA and also develop eLearning solutions. Those based on Ojowo turn out to be the most effective ones. Online learning is more convenient, cheaper, and is sometimes even more effective than learning in the classroom. Students who live in developed countries more and more often use distance learning instead of attending college every day, so that it’s reasonable to introduce such online courses in developing countries.
Providing a high-quality and full education is obligatory for developing countries in Africa and other continents of our planet. Only educated people can ensure a happy future for themselves and their families. eLearning is one of the best opportunities for these countries. However, some people tend to think that distance education equals low-quality one. It’s not true because teachers are always in touch and professional writing help is available 24/7. The secret of success is to choose a reliable helper and have a strong desire to study. Experts and editors can do homework, explain a complex discipline, and help a student master any subject.
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Africa is facing substantial challenges related to securing sustainable growth and jobs for millions of young people, predominantly in the private sector.
The Building Stronger Universities, Growth and Employment Platform (GEP) 2011-2013 aimed at contributing to economic growth, boosting innovation, job creation and management capacity especially in the agri-business sector of Africa economies. This was done through institutional capacity building at selected universities in Ghana and Tanzania.
This website presents and describes the outputs and activities of the platform.
The Growth and Employment Platform activities are concentrated on supporting and facilitating Institutional Capacity Building at our partner universities. The aim is to improve their capacity to effectively deliver relevant research and education of high quality. This is done by supporting activities within different work packages:
2013.08.19 | BSUGE
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs invites to an information meeting about the Building Stronger Universities programme phase two. The meeting takes place on: Tuesday 7 January 2014 10-12 am Eigtveds Pakhus Conference Room II, Ministry of Foreign Affairs The meeting is called to present the programme and the plans for the match-making…
2013.08.19 | BSUGE
The External Grant Committee of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs at their meeting on 29th November approved the grant for BSU Phase two. The grant amounts to 100 million DKK. The programme covers the period 1 January 2014 – 1 November 2016. The second phase builds upon the lessons learned and results achieved during the first…
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