Click here for resources from previous webinars

Registration Link:

Join us on ZOOM:


Online and Distance Learning for Teachers in Africa (ODLTA)

Training in the effective and contextualized use of distance teaching/learning, assessment techniques and approaches
Get your certificate after completion

Register and start your course here


Joint Statement from UNESCO, ILO, UNICEF and Education International

Déclaration conjointe de l'UNESCO, de l'OIT, de l'UNICEF et de l'Internationale de l'Education

COVID-19 and Education: How Education Unions in Africa are Responding
(Published by Education International)

                EN                                               FR                                         PO                   

UNESCO MGIEP is starting a series of virtual round tables with students, teachers and parents on ‘Reimagining Education’ to solicit opinions on future learning systems.

Join the discussion


Join UNESCO and members of the Global Education Coalition in a new #LearningNeverStops campaign to ensure that every girl is able to learn while schools are closed and return to the classroom when schools safely reopen.


COVID-19 Educational Disruption and Response |
COVID-19 : fermeture des établissements scolaires et réponses mises en œuvre

UNESCO Resources in support of national governments, partners and education institutions in regard to educational responses to Covid-19

Comic on Corona produced by OHCHR


Videos (On YouTube)

Testimony given by a teacher who recovered from COVID 19


Témoignage donné par un enseignant qui s'est remis du COVID 19

Open and Distance Learning for Teachers in Africa (ODLTA)

Réouverture des écoles, partage de connaissances et d'expériences en Afrique


To strengthen the capacities of Member States in Africa in teacher policy and development.


An integrated, prosperous and peaceful Africa where everyone has access to qualified, motivated and professionally supported teachers.