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  1. 1. CHINAAND SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION IN EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT China’s Contribution to Educational Development in Africa By Raymond Owusu Boateng (201529010004)
  2. 2. Aid to education development UNESCO and Africa China Africa cooperation in the field of education development Significant cases of China's support to education in Ghana Outline
  3. 3.  The idea of south-south cooperation started from 1990 onwards S.S.D.C. has a long history, with some Southern developing countries contributing development assistance to other developing countries. Development assistance among several developing countries has since grown and established full-fledged comprehensive development programmes Introduction
  4. 4.  South - South cooperation has seen spectacular growth in (trade, flows of foreign direct investment, technology transfers, sharing of solutions and experts, and other forms of exchanges ) as a result of the relative decline of north-south cooperation  China has also been providing support to African countries for almost 50 years, including constructing the Tazara railway between Tanzania and Zambia in the late 1960s. Source: http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/eng/wjb/zzjg/fzs/default.htm (20 March 2006) Cont’d
  5. 5.  In this delivery the focus will be on aid to education, Unesco and Africa and China’s assistance to Africa, significant cases in the area of educational development between China and Ghana Cont’d
  6. 6. Education Aid Financial support to obtain and complete quality education Aid Effectiveness  Country ownership  Alignment  Harmonization  Managing for results  Mutual accountabity Aid to Education Development
  7. 7. UNESCO Established in London, 1946 China is a founding member 195 current full member states & 9 associate members  Functions Catalyst for international cooperation A capacity builder A stander setter Unesco and Africa
  8. 8.  Mandates Education science culture Communication and information  Priorities Africa(access, equity quality) Gender equality Cont’d
  9. 9.  Major initiatives in Africa Teacher Training Initiative for Sub-Saharan Africa Literacy Initiative for Empowerment (LIFE)  Major interventions in Africa Literacy Teachers Technical and Vocational Education Cont’d
  10. 10. China’s activities in Africa eclipse those of America and the world bank (James 2014) China is making massive commitment in terms of trade and education Chinas contribution to education in Africa  Sino African cooperation in the field of education  Human capacity and academic mobility  Capacity building  Academic partnership  Sustainable development cooperation www.china.org/english/features/China-Africa/82047.htm (5 April 2006) China Africa Cooperation
  11. 11. Chinas support through institutions UNESCO Chinese Funds in Trust Projects Donations for UNESCO institutions working in Africa Chinese Funds in Trust Projects Capacity Building of Teacher Education Institutions in eight African countries (DRC, Ethiopia, Cote d‘Ivoire, Namibia, Uganda, Liberia, Tanzania, Congo) Cont’d
  12. 12. Significant cases of China's support to Education in Ghana
  13. 13.  Construction of a School of Biomedical Sciences at the UHAS.in the Volta Region Cont’d Source: www.ghananewsagency.org
  14. 14.  www.gh.chineseembassy.org/eng/  www.ghananewsagency.org  www.ghanaweb.com  Myjoyonline.com sources
  15. 15. Establishment of an ultra modern ICT laboratory at Duong JHS in the upper west region Cont’d
  16. 16. Chinese educational scholarships and awards Cont’d
  17. 17. Cont’d
  18. 18. Suffice is to say, South-South cooperation is an appropriate modality to advance equitable national development agendas taking advantage of the specific strength and conditions. Chinas assistance for educational development in Africa has evolved over many decades and is currently quite diverse and institutionalized in its scope and architecture. This obligation suggest that China’s development assistance may be a good force in achieving the millennium development goals in Africa Conclusion

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