Author: CSACEFA

AN ADDRESS BY THE NATIONAL MODERATOR CIVIL SOCIETY ACTION COALITION ON EDUCATION FOR ALL (CSACEFA) MALLAM KABIRU ALIYU AT THE STAKEHOLDERS MEETING TO MARK THE 2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK FOR EDUCATION ON 24TH OF APRIL 2018

AN ADDRESS BY THE NATIONAL MODERATOR CIVIL SOCIETY ACTION COALITION ON EDUCATION FOR ALL (CSACEFA) MALLAM KABIRU ALIYU AT THE STAKEHOLDERS MEETING TO MARK THE 2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK FOR EDUCATION ON 24TH OF APRIL 2018 AT BARCELONA HOTEL, WUSE II ABUJA. Protocols Ladies and gentlemen, today marks another mile stone in the life of education campaign and advocacy in Nigeria. I am most delighted to welcome you to this year Global Action Week for Education with the theme: Accountability for the SDG 4 through Citizen participation: Keeping your promises.  The Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for all wishes to express her gratitude to the Executive Secretary Dr. Hamid Bobboyi, Universal Basic Education and the Hon Minister of Education ministry of Education for the continued partnership we have enjoyed with them over the years on education discuss and inputs and all our partners for finding time to be part of the 2018 global action week for education. Global Action week for education is one of the major focal points for the education movement. Created and led by the Global Campaign for Education, it provides everyone campaigning fro the right to education with an opportunity to make targeted efforts to achieve change on the ground, with added support of millions of members of the public worldwide joining together for the same cause. After the global Partnership for Education’s (GPE)...

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AN ADDRESS ON ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SDG4 AND CITIZEN PARTICIPATION: KEEP YOUR PROMISE DELIVERED BY HONORABLE MINISTER OF EDUCATION, MALAM ADAMU ADAMU, ON THE OCASION OF 2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK OF EDUCATION STAKEHOLDER HELD ON 24 APRIL, 2018

AN ADDRESS ON ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SDG4 AND CITIZEN PARTICIPATION: KEEP YOUR PROMISE DELIVERED BY HONORABLE MINISTER OF EDUCATION, MALAM ADAMU ADAMU, ON THE OCASSION OF 2018 GLOBAL ACTION WEEK OF EDUCATION STAKEHOLDER HELD ON 24 APRIL, 2018 AT BARCELONA HOTEL, ABUJA. PROTOCOL It is with great pleasure that I address this distinguished forum on the resolve of the education sector to keep her promise of accountability and the engagement of the citizen in the delivered of the SDG4 toward achievement of the SDGs by 2030. The MDGs wind up and ushered in the SDGs at a launch in September 2015 where the president, Mahammadu Buhari join other heads of the 73 UN member to sign into the initiative. The SDGs which is the exclusive reserve of education sector seeks to “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” The National policy on education has universalized basic education with aim of providing equal opportunities to all Nigeria irrespective of social class, ethic or geographical origins, occupation, religion and gender. After a critical look at the SDGs4, its targets and indicators, it become necessary for the sector to embark on wide range of multi-level consultative forum. Hence the ministry was the first MDA to launch the SDGs and thereafter, underscoring the of citizenship participation in delivering the SDGS4, has engaged in a meeting the stakeholder in...

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PRESS BRIEFING BY CSACEFA, ONE CAMPAIGN AND MALALA FUND CALLING ON THE PRESIDENT AND HON. MINISTER OF EDUCATION TOURGENTLY ADDRESS THE INCESSANT CHALLENGES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR ON 9TH MARCH 2018.

PRESS BRIEFING BY CSACEFA, ONE CAMPAIGN AND MALALA FUND CALLING ON THE PRESIDENT AND HON. MINISTER OF EDUCATION TO URGENTLY ADDRESS THE INCESSANT CHALLENGES IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR ON 9TH MARCH 2018. W e the Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA) an Umbrella body of NGOs working in the area of education in Nigeria, the ONE CAMPAIGN, and the MALALA FUND is seizing this opportunity to call on the President Federal Republic of Nigeria Muhammad Buhari and the Honourable Minister of Education MallamAdamuAdamu to urgently come up with concrete measures to address the incessant challenges in the education sector. We can no longer continue to relegate the important sector of the economy to the background when we are aspiring to be among the top world economies. It is sadden to note that education has receive low priority and attention both at the national and state levels over the years. Little wonder why we are bedeviled with the various crisis we experience in the country today. There are various challenges in the education sector but we want to highlight the key issues that need urgent attention. Security: The issue of security and how it affect our educational systems especially in the North East of Nigeria is worrisome. In April 14,2014,276 girls were abducted in Chibok community in Borno state and uptill this moment only 82 girls have...

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ONE AFRICA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR VISITS CSACEFA

ONE AFRICA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR VISITS CSACEFA The Africa Executive Director One Campaign Ms. Rudo Kwarambo- Kayombo visits the Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA) National Secretariat Abuja. Ms Rudo who is on a working visit to Nigeria for the first time meets with ONE organization partners in Nigeria. She was accompanied by Nigeria Country Director Ms Sarah Makka. Also in attendance was the Country Representative Malala Fund Ms. Crystal Ikanih-Musa. Receiving the team, the National Moderator of the coalition Mr. Kabiru Aliyu appreciates the team for the visit. The team discussed on their various activities in the education sector and seeks for partnership in the future in the area of girls’ education and accountability in the education sector.http://www.facebook.com/Nigeria...

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NIGERIA STATES GOVERNMENT ARE PUNISHING BASIC EDUCATION TEACHERS

It is so worrisome to know that states government  are owing teachers. Out of the 36 states and the FCT, 19 states are heavily owing teachers’ salaries and gratuity for several months; some more than 15 months about 28 states are paying teachers’ salaries in percentages. Some of the states still owing teachers’ salaries are; Ogun, Imo, Oyo, Abia, Kogi, Benue, Zamfara, Taraba, Plateau, Osun, Bayelsa etc. Surprisingly some of these states for instance Akwa-Ibom, Bayelsa, Imo, Delta, Kano, Rivers etc collected N10 billion Paris Club fund each, which aim was to support the payment of salaries and arrears,...

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