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Survey of ICT and Education in Africa : Djibouti Country Report

ACCESS FOR GIRLS ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACTION PLAN ADOPTION OF ICT ADULT EDUCATION ADULT LITERACY AUTOMATION BANDWIDTH BASIC EDUCATION BROADCAST CAPABILITIES CAPACITY-BUILDING CERTIFICATE CLASSROOMS COMMUNITY ACCESS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY RADIO COMPETITIVENESS COMPUTERS CONNECTIVITY CURRICULUM DEMAND FOR EDUCATION DIGITAL CONTENT E- LEARNING EDUCATION PLANNING EDUCATION POLICY EDUCATION RADIO EDUCATION SECTOR EDUCATION STATISTICS EDUCATION SYSTEM EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS EDUCATIONAL POLICIES EQUAL ACCESS EQUIPMENT FIBRE OPTIC FUNDAMENTAL EDUCATION GENDER EQUITY HEALTH CARE HIGHER EDUCATION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE ICT ID IMPLEMENTATION PLAN INTERVENTIONS LEVELS OF EDUCATION LITERACY CENTRES LOCAL AREA NETWORKS MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL NATIONAL EDUCATION NATIONAL UNIVERSITY NEW TECHNOLOGIES NOMADIC HERDERS NUMBER OF TEACHERS OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTHS PDF PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE POLICY FRAMEWORK PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY ENROLMENT PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS PRIMARY SCHOOLING PRIVATE PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRIVATE SECTOR PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION RADIO STATIONS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RESULT RESULTS SCHOOL LEVEL SCIENCE EDUCATION SEARCH SEARCH ENGINE SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLS SERVICE PROVIDER SKILLED TEACHERS STUDENT LEARNING TARGETS TEACHER TEACHER ATTRITION TEACHER EDUCATION TEACHER RECRUITMENT TEACHER TRAINING TEACHING TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK TELEPHONE TELEPHONE LINES TELEVISION TELEVISION STATIONS TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOKS UNIVERSAL ACCESS USERS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS VOCATIONAL TRAINING WEB WEB PRESENCE WEB SITE
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Djibouti
2012-08-13T12:40:47Z | 2012-08-13T12:40:47Z | 2007-06

This short country report, a result of larger Information for Development Program (infoDev) - supported survey of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in education in Africa, provides a general overview of current activities and issues related to ICT use in education in the country. Djibouti boasting a digital telecommunications network and connections to the rest of the world through undersea optical fibre that are much admired in the region. Two-thirds of the population is urban, and ICT services are readily available in urban areas. The country has a good relationship with most western donors. All these factors support Djibouti's efforts to modernize their education sector. With an ongoing reform program, Djibouti has mostly focused on developing and improving the physical infrastructure and other non-ICT resources, including building new classrooms and providing textbooks. In higher education, a key focus has been on producing skilled teachers and encouraging out-of-school youths to get vocational training. At a policy level, ICT is a component of the national ICT policy, which was developed by the Ministry of Communication. Djibouti needs a sector-specific policy for the adoption of ICT in education, together with an implementation plan that will take advantage of the available enablers including the telecommunication network.

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