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4 highlights from the E-learning Africa conference (through the lens of Enabel)

by Natalie Van den Plas -
A sense of normalcy returned at this year’s edition of eLearning Africa in Kigali (Rwanda) last May after the event was postponed more than two years due to COVID-19. Enabel is a proud partner. More than 20 Enabel experts and 7 partners attended the event. This global forum was an opportunity to exchange and reflect on good practices in education, training and skills development in Africa.

Did you miss this conference? Here are 4 highlights.

Did you attend? Feel free to share your own highlight by replying to this post.

(Photo credit: eLearning Africa)

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Upcoming Webinar: Who does what? Functional assignment challenges and how to address them


This DeLoG webinar will provide a discussion on how to effectively assign functional responsibilities in multilevel governance systems. It will take place on 19 May 2022 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm (CEST).

Taking the publication ‘’Emerging Practices in Intergovernmental Functional Assignment’’ by Rainer Rohdewohld and Gabriele Ferrazzi as a starting point, this webinar  will bring together different perspectives on the challenges concerning functional assignments in decentralised governance systems. Besides giving concrete examples from Cambodia and Rwanda there will be a space for open exchange on the effects of functional assignments on local governments in different contexts and its implications for development cooperation. Special attention will be given to whether and how functional assignment reforms can open space for local or subnational governments engagement, underlining developmental actors’ responsibility to design context-specific strategies and approaches.

To register for the webinar, click here

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Enhancing Digital Skills in COVID Times

by Vladiana APETROAIE -

Enhancing Digital Skills in COVID Times

Following the pandemic, many network institutions were forced to transform their face-to-face or blended training activities into a fully online modality.  This move to fully remote training & learning implied several changes, including upskilling or reskilling their staff to be able to teach and learn online. These skills are undoubtedly a key building block to ensure meaningful and quality learning.

In this session, ITC-ILOIIEP UNESCO and GIZ will share their experience-enhancing digital skills, their success stories, challenges and lessons learned. After a plenary presentation, participants will be invited into breakout rooms for further discussion and will have the opportunity to tell their own story and share their views and experiences.

When: April 26th 2022 | 2 P.M. (CET)

Where: Online (Zoom)

Interested? Find out more about the proposed agenda and how to follow the session here.

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DeLoG's Tutored e-Learning Course on “Enhancing the Effectiveness of Decentralisation and Local Governance Reforms” (April/May 2022)

by Natalie Van den Plas -





DeLoG's newly revised and tutored e-Learning Course on “Enhancing the Effectiveness of Decentralisation and Local Governance Reforms” will take place from 04 April – 29 May 2022. 

 To join the course please sign up here by 16 March 2022.

An overview of the schedule and activities can be accessed here.

For further information, please contact: (DeLoG Secretariat) or check out the DeLoG website.

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Webinar Building Climate Resilient Societies – Strengthening Weather, Climate and Early Warning Services


Organized by the European Commission, Austrian Development Agency and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, the webinar "Building climate resilient societies - Strengthening weather, climate and early warning services" will take place on 17 February, at 10:00 – 11:30 CET via Webex, and the registrations are open here.

The webinar brings together a variety of actors in Africa, Asia and Europe representing public and private sectors as well as the civil society to discuss adaptation to climate change and the role of meteorology and early warning in building climate resilient societies. The goal is to provide the participants with a holistic understanding of the early warning value chain, different stakeholders involved in it as well as opportunities and challenges faced in strengthening the whole value chain so that it can efficiently contribute to increased climate resilience.

The speakers will draw from their professional experience and knowhow with a focus on presenting concrete examples that lead, or are likely to lead, to sustainable solutions and increased resilience.

If you experience any issues with the registration, please send an email to

This webinar has been organized in the framework of the Green Recovery e-learning package, an online learning initiative developed through the Learn4dev network and in the context of Team Europe.

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