chinedu ohanyido
  • Male
  • Abuja
  • Nigeria
  • CSACEFA
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Title:
MIS OFFICER
Organization (if applicable):
CSACEFA
Location (City or Town):
FCT
About Me or Reason for Joining the GEC:
I work as Management Information system Officer at the Civil society action coalition on education for all CSACEFA which is the world largest education coalition, a national coalition of over 500 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working on Education issues in Nigeria. It is growing as a national policy advocacy group towards universal access to education within the national and international framework of equal opportunity to education since its emergence in year 2000 as a response to the commitments by governments and the international community in Dakar(UNESCO organised World Education Forum) to establish alternative forms of governance and management to achieve the goals of Education for All. A good deal of my work has to do with data analytics EMIS and database management in improving research and documentation to aid advocacy towards achieving the EFA goals in Nigeria and i believe this conference will offer me great experience in doing my work better.
I am a:
non-profit employee
Grade Level or Age of Students You Work With (if applicable):
5 -17
Web Site (if applicable):
http://www.csacefa.org
Blog (if applicable):
http://csacefablogspot.com
Languages Spoken:
english
Twitter Name:
ohanyido

Chinedu ohanyido's Blog

The Pivotal Role of Education in Africa’s Development

What is development?

Until recently, development was conceived narrowly as no more than an increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of a country. Such a narrow and limited understanding of development is totally misleading and obscures more than it illuminates.  As we are all probably aware, most African economies have been experiencing steady economic growth over the last five to ten years without corresponding social development. Take the case of Nigeria; as at 1999, the…

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Posted on July 24, 2012 at 7:16am

The Pivotal Role of Education in Africa’s Development

What is development?

Until recently, development was conceived narrowly as no more than an increase in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of a country. Such a narrow and limited understanding of development is totally misleading and obscures more than it illuminates.  As we are all probably aware, most African economies have been experiencing steady economic growth over the last five to ten years without corresponding social development. Take the case of Nigeria; as at 1999, the…

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Posted on November 30, 1999 at 11:00am

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