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13 April 2021

Development and Management of South African National Department of Health Knowledge Hub Platform

The Knowledge Hub (KH) is an online platform connecting the public health workforce to relevant, high quality continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities and resources. To provide excellent health care to patients, healthcare professionals need to improve their skills and performance, as well as to implement strategies to develop effective managers and health practitioners. Through the KH, they can:

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ICT CFT
13 April 2021

Supporting UNESCO update and promote the adoption of the ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (CFT)

In 2013, NBA was contracted by UNESCO to support the development and review of the national ICT strategies of Kenya, Indonesia and Oman for the use of the UNESCO ICT CFT harnessing OER. NBA was also required to support the development of national implementation strategies, including ensuring that other CFT activities being undertaken in those countries are incorporated into the country’s implementation strategy, and to undertake peer review of the course materials, assessment instruments and related tools developed as a component of the national implementation strategies.

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13 April 2021

Monitoring and evaluation support for the Anzisha Prize

NBA supported the Anzisha Prize programme of the African Leadership Academy (ALA) to run their monitoring and evaluation processes and to conduct ad hoc research on specific issues as identified by Anzisha (2018-2021). The Anzisha Prize is a partnership between ALA and Mastercard Foundation. It runs a series of programmes and events and provide on-going support to build entrepreneurial activity of young people in Africa aged 15 to 22 years. 

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OER
13 April 2021

Researching Policy Strategies to Support Implementation of the UNESCO OER Recommendation

NBA aims to contribute to improving education in developing-world contexts by advancing open, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions to educational challenges. With this grant, NBA will lead research to deepen knowledge on the most effective strategies to create government policy and regulatory environments that support effective implementation of the recently approved UNESCO OER Recommendation, working in partnership with UNESCO’s Dynamic Coalition, UNESCO’s regional offices in Africa, and other key African partners.

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01 October 2020

World Bank Consulting Support

NBA provides extensive ongoing support to the World Bank in its operations around the world, with focus on developing regions such as Africa, South India, and Eastern Europe. This includes support in programme design and preparation, programme supervision, and expert advice, assistance, and research support in several areas.

While much of the support offered includes general programme support and monitoring, specific areas of expertise in which support is provided include: TVET, skills development, and labour markets; EMIS; teacher education; and educational technology.

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KH logo
13 April 2021

Development and Management of South African National Department of Health Knowledge Hub Platform

The Knowledge Hub (KH) is an online platform connecting the public health workforce to relevant, high quality continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities and resources. To provide excellent health care to patients, healthcare professionals need to improve their skills and performance, as well as to implement strategies to develop effective managers and health practitioners. Through the KH, they can:

Read more
ICT CFT
13 April 2021

Supporting UNESCO update and promote the adoption of the ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (CFT)

In 2013, NBA was contracted by UNESCO to support the development and review of the national ICT strategies of Kenya, Indonesia and Oman for the use of the UNESCO ICT CFT harnessing OER. NBA was also required to support the development of national implementation strategies, including ensuring that other CFT activities being undertaken in those countries are incorporated into the country’s implementation strategy, and to undertake peer review of the course materials, assessment instruments and related tools developed as a component of the national implementation strategies.

Read more
Anzisha Prize logo
13 April 2021

Monitoring and evaluation support for the Anzisha Prize

NBA supported the Anzisha Prize programme of the African Leadership Academy (ALA) to run their monitoring and evaluation processes and to conduct ad hoc research on specific issues as identified by Anzisha (2018-2021). The Anzisha Prize is a partnership between ALA and Mastercard Foundation. It runs a series of programmes and events and provide on-going support to build entrepreneurial activity of young people in Africa aged 15 to 22 years. 

Read more
OER
13 April 2021

Researching Policy Strategies to Support Implementation of the UNESCO OER Recommendation

NBA aims to contribute to improving education in developing-world contexts by advancing open, sustainable, and cost-effective solutions to educational challenges. With this grant, NBA will lead research to deepen knowledge on the most effective strategies to create government policy and regulatory environments that support effective implementation of the recently approved UNESCO OER Recommendation, working in partnership with UNESCO’s Dynamic Coalition, UNESCO’s regional offices in Africa, and other key African partners.

Read more
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01 October 2020

World Bank Consulting Support

NBA provides extensive ongoing support to the World Bank in its operations around the world, with focus on developing regions such as Africa, South India, and Eastern Europe. This includes support in programme design and preparation, programme supervision, and expert advice, assistance, and research support in several areas.

While much of the support offered includes general programme support and monitoring, specific areas of expertise in which support is provided include: TVET, skills development, and labour markets; EMIS; teacher education; and educational technology.

Read more

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