The Human Resources, Science & Technology Department (HRST) coordinates the AU programmes on human resource development, education, science, technology and innovation agenda. The department aspires to: -contribute towards revitalized, quality, relevant, and harmonized education systems responsive to the needs of Africa -formulate, harmonize, coordinate and implement enabling policies on the continent to accelerate Africa’s transition to an innovative-led, knowledge-based economy. This collection contains documented evidence of all the above form collections of this department.

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  • Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 16-25)_Indicators Manual 

    ESTI-Education Division (2018-03)
    This indicator manual is intended to serve as a resource for a greater understanding of how to use indicators, to measure, monitor and track education delivery within Ministries responsible for Education.
  • Sustainable School Feeding Across the African Union 

    ESTI-Education Division and WFP (2018)
    This study contains information that sheds a clear light on the contribution that school feeding makes to inclusive quality education in Africa. It also draws the connection between how the productivity of the sectors ...
  • African Quality Rating Mechanism (AQRM) 

    ESTI-Education Division (2016-07)
    The African Quality Rating Mechanism (AQRM) has been developed as a tool to facilitate a culture of continuous quality improvement in African higher education institutions through self-evaluation exercises and external ...
  • AU Science, Technology and Innovation Strategy for Africa 2024 (STISA-2024) 

    AUC-ESTI DEPARTMENT (2014)
    The STISA-2024 has been developed during an important period when the African Union was formulating a broader and long-term AU Agenda 2063. The STISA-2024 is the first of the ten-year incremental phasing strategies ...
  • AU STUDY ON TEACHER TRAINING, WORKING, AND LIVING CONDITIONS IN MEMBER STATES 

    AUC-ESTI DEPARTMENT (2017)
    The Study was called for by the Summit of Heads of State and Government of the African Union in order to establish the key issues affecting teachers in Africa, provide a basis for improving their conditions and lead to the ...
  • Continental Strategy for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) 

    AUC-ESTI DEPARTMENT (2015)
    This TVET continental strategy provides a comprehensive framework for the design and development of national policies and strategies to address the challenges of Education and technical and vocational training to support ...
  • Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 16-25) 

    AUC-ESTI DEPARTMENT (2016)
    The Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA 16-25) is a continental strategy that matches the 2016-2025 framework of the African Union 2063 Agenda, meets the Common African Position (CAP) on the Post-2015 Development ...