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E-government solutions for Africa : Leveraging the efficiency of key public service-AfDB

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Frame of Image were to be shared and transferred to other developing countries on a consulting basis. Then starting in 2011, the Korean Ministry of Strategy and Finance started to
jointly work together with Multilateral Development Banks(MDB) to promote and expand the KSP globally. This project is the very first MDB Project with the African Development Bank (AfDB) as part of the -Government Solutions for Africa : . Based on the Terms of Requirements(TOR) of the first component, AfDB and KSP agreed to initially target the e-Education sector in South Sudan.
2. Objective
The main objective of the project is to strengthen the capabilities of individuals and institutions to adopt, develop and implement efficient and participatory public services to the citizens especially focusing on e-Government and e-Education sector by proving studies, trainings, and workshops. The other objective is to provide detailed project proposals for eGovernment in order to induce investments in the ICT sector and share the knowledge and experience through studies, study tours and workshops. The aim is to develop detailed action plans for the host country based on findings of AfDB and this consulting projects.
3. Main Activities
The activities for the consulting project were executed in four main categories: As-Is Analysis, Best Practices & Study Tour, To-Be Model and Final Workshop. The details of the activities are shown in the table below.
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Title E-government solutions for Africa
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Leveraging the efficiency of key public service-AfDB

Material Type Reports
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Korea Eximbank

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[Seoul]:Korea Eximbank

Date 2013
Series Title; No Knowledge Sharing Program; 2012 Joint Consulting with IOs / Part 01
Pages 94
Subject Country South Sudan(Africa)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Ministry of Strategy and Finance
Recipient Country South Sudan(Africa)
Donor Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Supervisor Korea Eximbank
Organizer Korea Eximbank
Sponsor Ministry of Strategy and Finance
Project Term 2012-01-01 ~ 2012-12-31

Abstract

The current education conditions and environment in South Sudan are very poor and deprived with many areas requiring improvements and advancements. In order to improve the education conditions in South Sudan, the Export-Import Bank of Korea(KEXIM) and Africa Development Bank have joined together and designed this project titled "e-Government Solution for Africa: Leveraging the Efficiencies in Key Public Seervices" to determine an Action Plan for e-Education in South Sudan. This project is one component of the overall Knowledge Sharing Program(KSP) being pursued by the Korean Government in order to share Korea’s knowledge and experience in the growth of e-Government in developing countries.
The Action Plan was determined for the next 5 years until the year 2017 and each individual Action Items were proposed in 5 distinct categories: Policy and Regulations, Training, Infrastructure, Service, and Content. Two separate Action Plans were proposed: one for the Ministry of General Education and Instructions and one for the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology.

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2012 Joiint Consulting with IOs: Africam Development Bank(AfDB) & Wolrd Bank(WB)

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