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Welcome to African Distance Learning Association

Attn. Educators, Professionals and Students
JONIN US TODAY AFRICA NEEDS US

This is a call for any Educators, Professionals and students to be part of the formation of the "African Distance Learning Association (ADLA)".A draft constitution of ADLA. To comment on the overall objectives of ADLA please fill out this form

Motivation

For the last several months a group of dedicated African scholars and students have conceived the idea of an African Virtual University which will exploit existing educational technology and the skill of African expatriates to assist African scientific and social institutions via traditional collaborations, volonteer teaching, information exchange, student exchange and the like. ADLA's mission are presented for your comments. 

It is understood that a stand alone and self sufficient open institutions can not be realized without the unconditional support of grass root organizations, professionals, educators, students and the general public. The association is established in the same format at as any other distance learning associations around the world. ADLA is the major supporting vehicle for Open College s and Virtual Universities of Africa. For a general background information about the status of African Universities,and of specially Sub Saharan Africa , please read this proposal from World Bank



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