Vaave goes International!
While our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, set foot in Africa to forge partnerships on food security, terrorism and Make in India; Vaave set foot in Africa to forge partnerships that will transform Africa’s education system.
Vaave recently went international by launching the leadership network of ‘Global E-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI)’ run by United Nations ICT Task Force in Kenya.
GESCI’s leadership network connects ICT ministers of several African Countries and other partners of GESCI’s outreach in Africa. The objective of the initiative is to create a sustainable and impactful network of knowledge society related sectors’ decision makers, government and public sector officials and experts, and practitioners and researchers in order to facilitate and stimulate the collective and distributed leadership capacities of African countries and strengthen their capacity to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We are very happy to announce the launch of our first international network and very proud that this network will play an instrumental role in promoting IT education in Africa.
Keep watching this space for more exciting updates on the places we go!