The Africa Digital Campus (ADC) project has been highlighted on a United Nations website dedicated to the Transforming Education Summit (TES).

According to the UN webpage, TES “provides a unique opportunity to elevate education to the top of the global political agenda and to mobilize action, ambition, solidarity and solutions to recover pandemic-related learning losses and sow the seeds to transform education in a rapidly changing world.”

Leading up to the main event in New York in September, TES has cited ADC as one of the best examples and good practices that demonstrate commitment to achieving SDG 4 – Quality Education. ADC is categorised under the Thematic Action Track 4 – Digital Learning and Transformation.

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ADC is a two-year, EU-funded, e-learning project coordinated and implemented by IRD, WACREN and stakeholders. It is piloted in two Francophone countries – Burkina Faso and Benin.

The project, which is part of WACREN’s e-learning strategy is expected to strengthen and enhance the infrastructure, pedagogy and delivery of e-learning to the education communities in the two beneficiary countries through their national RENs.