2024 East Africa Hub Convening

Drive regional development through collaboration with like-minded institutions.

2024 East Africa Hub Convening

Drive regional development through collaboration with like-minded institutions.

Connect and share best practices in education across East Africa

Africa’s Educational Renaissance starts now! Dive deep at the Education Collaborative’s 2024 East Africa Convening, themed “Africa Educational Renaissance: Collaborative Strategies for Resilient Learning Systems in 21st Century Africa

Connect with key education stakeholders – HEIs, industry leaders, and policymakers – to discover best practices, craft innovative solutions, and shape Africa’s education landscape. Join this dynamic event: engaging sessions, panel discussions, open exhibitions. Be part of the African education revolution!

Upcoming Dates

May 13 – July 31st, 2024
Early-bird Registration

August 1 – September 14, 2024
Registration

October 3, 2024
Convening begins

Why you should attend the East Africa Hub Convening:

Shape Africa’s Educational Renaissance: Dive deep into the theme “Africa Educational Renaissance: Collaborative Strategies for Resilient Learning Systems in 21st Century Africa.” Collaborate with thought leaders from HEIs, industry, and policy to craft innovative solutions and empower students for the future.

Ignite Transformation Through Collaboration: Network with education disruptors and discover best practices. Share your own experiences and co-create strategies with peers. Together, unlock the potential for a more resilient and effective learning ecosystem across East Africa.

Elevate Your Institution: Gain valuable insights and practical tools from engaging sessions, panel discussions, and open exhibitions. Discover cutting-edge approaches to equip your graduates with the skills they need to thrive in the dynamic global workplace.

Organizing Partners

Management University of Africa, is an institution dedicated to equipping students for success in business and leadership. They offer programs in entrepreneurship, governance, management, and leadership, all designed to be practical and relevant to the current market.

MUA prides itself on its state-of-the-art facilities, experienced faculty, and focus on both theory and practical application. Whether you’re just starting your career or looking to advance your skills, MUA offers a welcoming environment for learning and growth.

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The School of St Jude is a pioneering leader in charitable education within Africa. Founded by Gemma Sisia, in 2002, the school focuses on offering free, quality education for children living in poverty.

The School of St Jude provides free education to 1,800 bright, poor primary and secondary students, supports 100s of graduates with access to higher education, and provides more than 20,000 government school students with volunteer teachers each year. 97% of St Jude’s secondary graduates go on to access higher education, supported by Beyond St Jude’s or by other means. Located across three campuses, the institution provides boarding for all secondary students and employs around 300 Tanzanian staff. 100% of St Jude’s students and scholars are on scholarships.

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