Ethiopia seeks Indian help to revitalise higher education

By Ians

Addis Ababa, December 10: As the Ethiopian government works towards revitalising higher education to meet growing demand by boosting investment in education under the country's Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP), India, with its long experience in the education sector, could help invest in Ethiopia, officials state.

This was stated at a three-day international seminar on "India and Africa: Developmental Experiences and Bilateral Cooperation", and the Sixth Doctoral Scholar International Conference in African Studies that started here Monday. The three-day seminar is being organized by the Wolkite University of Ethiopia in collaboration with the Policy Research Institute of African Studies Association (PRI-ASA) of India and the Centre for African Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).

Ethiopia seeks Indian help to revitalise education


"This seminar can contribute ideas or innovations in this field so that we can incorporate this officially to the second phase of the GTP that we are now preparing", Admasu Shibru, president of Wolkite University, told IANS.

"It is very important for us to realise the educational vision and transform the socio-economic situation of this country even as we are trying to benchmark all possible innovations in terms of developing each sector." The seminar under the theme of "Development, Diaspora and International Relations of African Countries" is being attended by academicians from India as well as the business community, civil society organisations and NGOs from Ethiopia.


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