The Africa Digital Campus (ADC) is a two-year e-learning project coordinated by WACREN and the IRD and piloted in two Francophone countries – Burkina Faso and Benin. The ADC is financed by the French Development Agency (AFD) with funds delegated by the European Union within the framework of the Programme entitled – Connectivity and Digital Solutions to Strengthen the Resilience to the Crisis of Education, Health and MSMEs in the Member States of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OEACP).

ADC aims to provide access to and affordability of connectivity and digital services are improved to targeted beneficiaries in the education sectors to improve their capacity to face the COVID-19 crisis. The project also aims to reinforce digital services (e-learning) to foster the continuity and quality of education services.

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High Speed
Connectivity

ADC supports access to high-speed, reliable internet connectivity for research, teaching and learning.

Open Education
Resources

ADC facilitates access to Open Educational Resources for educators, students and self-learners.

Turnkey Video
Solution

ADC supports access to an all-in-one video solution to ease the delivery of distance education

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ADC is contributing
to meeting Global Goals

2
PILOT UNIVERSITIES
120
EDUCATORS TRAINED
300000
potential beneficiaries

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ADC is scaling to other countries

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