ESCWA ICT in Education Projects for Iraq

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Plan. UNAMI methods of partnershipProject briefs and objectivesProjects partnersProjects achievement storiesProjects lessons learnedConclusions. ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq. 2. Association at the automatic level. ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq. 3. UN DG ITF. UNAMI. SCSO. Group A. Group C. Bunch B.

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ESCWA ICT in Education Projects for Iraq Presented by: Abdulilah DEWACHI Hazim B. ASAD Marc KHAYAT Crown Plaza, Beirut, Lebanon 5-6 September 2007 Views communicated are those of the creators and don't really speak to those of UN-ESCWA

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Agenda UNAMI methods of organization Project briefs and targets Projects accomplices Projects examples of overcoming adversity Projects lessons learned Conclusions ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Partnership at the automatic level GOI Donors UN DG ITF MOPID UNAMI SCSO ISRB Cluster A Cluster B Cluster C Line Ministry UN office UN office UN office Strategic system Project ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Partnership at the operational level Other Government accomplices Line Ministry Cluster B (Education and Culture) NGO's Lead UN office Project UN office Contractors UN office Consultants ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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ICT Projects Two principle tasks are being actualized, by ESCWA, in Iraq: Iraqi Networking Academies Project (INA) ICT in Education for Iraq Project (ICTEI) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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INA Project Goals The foundation of: 5 Regional Networking Academies (RNAs) 39 Local Networking Academies (LNAs) Educate, prepare, and affirm Iraqi youth with essential and progressed organizing abilities as indicated by the Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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INA Project Overview Duration: August 2004 – December 2007 Funding: Iraq Trust Fund (5 Million USD) Location: Throughout Iraq Main Iraqi Counterpart: Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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INA Project Partners ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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INA Project Partners (cont'd) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Facts and Successes 5 RNAs and 21 LNAs have been built up; residual LNAs will be set up soon; More than 30 teacher classes have been led, for more than 250 educators; More than 75 understudy classes have been led, for more than 750 understudies; The venture got the "Cisco Against All Odds" during the Cisco Academy Conference in 2005; Newsletter distributed on Cisco's site; ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Lessons Learned Address the sex activity through appropriate media consideration; Customs exception letters ought to begin being handled 2 months before any shipment to Iraq; Proper preparing of-coaches ( ToT ) ought to be done outside Iraq, representing the dialect obstruction (Arabic - English); Ensure adjust global introduction is dispersed to profit different nations; Effective correspondences through the Internet, email and informing; Displacement of Iraqis because of partisan savagery and openings for work abroad and the effect on staff turnover; Address dialect hindrance issue for clear interchanges; ESCWA I.T Projects in Iraq

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ICTEI Project Goals The foundation of 1 ICT Development Center (ICTDC) in Baghdad 5 ICT Centers (ICTC) in 5 governorates in Iraq 5 E-trains in 5 governorates in Iraq 10 pilot schools (for young men and young ladies) in 5 governorates in Iraq The venture is intended to assemble reasonable limit in Iraqi Ministry of Education for the proceeding with quality change of instructing and learning, concentrating on the utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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ICTEI Project Overview Duration: May 2007 – November 2008 Funding: Iraq Trust Fund (4 Million USD) Location: Throughout Iraq Main Iraqi Counterpart: Ministry of Education (MoE) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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ICTEI Project Partners ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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ICTEI Project Partners (cont'd) ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Expected Obstacles Focus consideration of MoE staff and teachers on venture targets Lack of inspiration for participation from the MoE staff individuals; Introducing E-learning in school educational module; Communications troubles because of the dialect boundary; Unavailability of capable neighborhood temporary workers for webpage arrangements and upkeep bolster; Selection of suitable areas for E-bands; Safety of E-parades amid transportation and operation; , setting up ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Expected Obstacles (cont'd) Non-reaction of central focuses; Communications challenges between various locales in Iraq; Curfews and expanding security dangers; Travel hazards inside and outside Iraq; Travel limitations to Iraq on UN staff ; Electricity cuts and moderate as well as problematic web association; ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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Conclusions The unclear meaning of "organization"; The qualification amongst contractual workers and accomplices; Motivation and the trouble of accomplishing a "win-win" position for all accomplices; The issue of seed capital; The weakest connection in associations; Assessment, observing and announcing Bureaucracy; Security issues in a few nations; Overhead of associations. ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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ESCWA ICT Projects in Iraq

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