ICT for Youth Employability: Evaluation Report
This is a Social Return on Investment (SROI) report focuses on the impact of the project entitled “ICT For Youth Employability”, run by Kampabits and supported by COL. Kampabits is a Ugandan youth-based organization that uses ICT multimedia creatively to improve the lives of less privileged youth from the non-formal settlement. The purpose of this project is to improve the livelihoods of the youth from informal settlements in Kampala (Uganda) by increasing their employability through the development of advanced ICT skills.
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Enhancement of Learning for Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Through Information and Communication Technologies in Open and Distance Learning Mundi, Nda E; Awolumate, Samuel (2013-11)There is need to transform education in Africa even among the orphanage and vulnerable children (OVC) in order to become more competitive and competent in a globalising society through e-learning. Information and communication ...
Mead Richardson, Alison (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2012-11-27)The informal sector of the economy is becoming increasingly important for youth employment and national development throughout the continent. This paper argues that the vast majority of African youth are locked out of a ...
Professional Development of Teacher Educators on ICT Integration in Education for Establishment of Community of Practice for Sharing Learning Resources and Teaching-learning Practice: An Evaluation Panigrahi, Manas R; Paily, M U (Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and Open University Malaysia (OUM), 2016-11)Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia's (CEMCA) in its three years cycle of programmatic interventions under the sector of teacher education engaged in promoting adoption of blended approach to ICT integration in ...
Shinde, Jayashree (SNDT Women's UniversityCommonwealth of Learning (COL), 2016-05)Presents the status of Technology-Enabled Learning at SNDT Women’s University using the COL’s TEL Implementation Handbook. Covers learner access to technology, teachers access to technology, and review of infrastructure ...
Identifying Barriers Encountered by Women in the Use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for Open and Distance Learning in Africa: Country Presentations Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2000-03)Regional expert meetings convened by Commonwealth of Learning (COL) - COL and its network are continuing work in addressing gender barriers, such as those encountered by women, to the use of information and communications ...