It could be safely stated that Africa has survived COVID-19 – miraculously. All the scary predictions at the onset of the pandemic that the continent would be wiped out have come to nought.
It is true that academic institutions have suffered around the world. But African institutions faced the brunt of the disruption as they found themselves physically and materially unprepared to deliver education for such eventualities.
At the first 2022 virtual meeting on 7 February 2022 organised by the Association of African Universities (AAU) and the International Network for Higher Education in Africa, coordinators of the Higher Education Cluster of the 2016-25 Continental Education Strategy for Africa (CESA-HE) under the patronage of the Department of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation of the African Union Commission, delegates explored both the crisis in the sector in the past and the present as they looked forward to resilience.
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