Abdou Diouf International Conference Centre – CICAD
May 24→26, 2023
The eLearning Africa annual conference and exhibition, which was established in 2005, is the largest and most comprehensive knowledge sharing event for technology-enhanced education, training and skills on the African continent.
It is a global forum for everyone with an interest in education, training and skills development in Africa. In the past years it has offered thousands of professionals in education, training and development invaluable insights into the evolving world of technology learning.
A unique event, Africa's largest conference and exhibition on technology supported learning, training and skills development, eLearning Africa is a network of experts, practitioners, policy makers and investors committed to the future of education and training.
It provides a diverse, content rich and thought-provoking programme, which includes pre-conference workshops and launches, plenary sessions, debates, discovery demos, knowledge factories and an annual Ministerial Round Table, as well as a large exhibition and demonstration area hosting leading international and African educational and technology organisations across sectors in Africa.
→2023 Host Country & Theme
The 16th Edition of eLearning Africa will be held from 24 – 26 May, 2023 and under the Patronage of H.E. Macky Sall, the President of the Republic of Senegal in in Dakar, the booming capital city of Senegal at the Abdou Diouf International Conference Centre – CICAD. Four government ministries will support the conference: the ministries of Basic Education, Higher Education, Further Education and Training, and Digital Economy.
Senegal has transformed itself into a regional economic powerhouse by focusing its attention on infrastructure. Senegal has one of the highest levels of mobile access in Sub-Saharan Africa. Education and training as an objective of prime importance is central to the political vision of H.E. President Macky Sall. In 2018 the Presidency launched the Emerging Senegal Plan, which supports the steady investment to improve education and training, by enhancing teachers’ needs, learning facilities and infrastructures, education content, research and innovation.
Dakar was, in colonial times, the capital of French West Africa. It is still the political, economic and cultural capital of Senegal, and it retains a strong bond with pan-Africanism, with several museums of African cultural heritage.
“New Model Learning: Innovating to Become Sustainable, Self-Reliant, Equitable and Resilient”
Join us on a journey from Dakar city centre to the conference venue Abdou Diouf International Conference Centre (CICAD) in Diamniadio.
→Meet some of our eLearning Africa Speakers
Minister of Information Technology & Communications, Rwanda
African Academy of Languages (ACALAN) & African Union Commission, Mali
The New Security Foundation, UK
Storyteller, Learning Innovation Team, United Nations´ ITCILO, Italy
FD Learning Consulting, Canada
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Three Mountains Learning Advisors, Rwanda
Ghana Technology University College, Ghana
Opportunity Education Foundation, Tanzania
Gayaza High School, Uganda
ADEA, Côte d'Ivoire
Grange School, Nigeria