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Higher education & learning – INASP Blog
Students gather outside the lecturer hall at Mzumbe University, Tanzania

Opinion: East Africa Won’t Secure Its Future Without Equipping Its Graduates To Thrive

Transforming the prospects of Africa’s graduates – and its young people at large – might be the greatest contribution that...

In Uganda, education students are bringing new ideas about learning into local schools

18 months on, the change seeded by the TESCEA programme – a partnership to transform the relevance and quality of learning and improve the prospects for young people in East Africa – continues to grow. We recently talked to Albert from Uganda Martyrs University, a TESCEA partner university.

Students gather outside the lecturer hall at Mzumbe University, Tanzania

Beyond islands of good teaching to achieve change at scale

Over the last few years, INASP and partners in East Africa have been working together to rethink how universities can...

Participants at Ethiopia Gender FoParticipants at Ethiopia Gender Learning Forum workshop

Tackling the gender divide in African research systems

To produce the most relevant and rigorous research we need the voices, ideas and expertise of women and men. But...

How can you transform teaching and learning to make it more relevant? Learning from our colleagues in Tanzania and Uganda at the USAID Higher Education Summit

On 10 May, INASP and TESCEA partners hosted a panel session as part of the USAID Higher Education Global Evidence...

Transforming Higher Education for Social Change: a model from East Africa – inviting change leaders in higher education to a mini-conference

Are you leading change in teaching and learning – as an academic or as a university manager or leader? Join...

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