The project aims to design and implement a joint training programme in order to foster cost effective measures, including greater inter-institutional networking to provide quality universal university education and learning in the three participating Southern Africa states taking gender perspectives specifically into account. The project will develop programmes to promote the exchange of experiences and know-how in the field of education making available satisfactory ICT and research tools for professional development, training and learning.

University curricula will be reviewed according to the needs of ACP States for economic and social development and in order to improve the quality of courses and teaching offered by the three African Universities. Specific attention will be given to improve access to quality information and labour market opportunities for women focusing on agriculture and food security interventions and policies.

Here is more information on the Edulink II project.



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