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Building Engineering Capacity for the Rural Transport Sector in Africa. Jeff Turner Report on ILO/AFCAP workshop 4-5 December, 2009 Munyonyo Resort Hotel, Kampala. Workshop Aims & Objectives.

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building engineering capacity for the rural transport sector in africa

Building Engineering Capacity for the Rural Transport Sector in Africa

Jeff Turner

Report on ILO/AFCAP workshop

4-5 December, 2009

Munyonyo Resort Hotel, Kampala

workshop aims objectives
Workshop Aims & Objectives
  • A discussion on the issues facing the development of professional engineering capacity in the rural road sector in Africa.
  • The workshop will agree practical measures that should be taken address these concerns.
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Workshop Aims & Objectives

The workshop discussion will be held under four broad topics

  • Assessment of current manpower capacity constraints in the sector
  • Review of the effectiveness of current approaches and models used to develop engineering capacity and professionalism,
  • Corruption, professionalism and the Engineer
  • Building of research capacity in Africa for rural transport and rural road engineering.
questions for discussion
Questions for Discussion
  • Do we have an assessment of capacity?
  • Where are the capacity gaps?
  • What lessons should we take from previous efforts and initiatives to develop capacity?
  • What are the challenges for developing capacity in the future?
action plan
Action Plan
  • Develop and maintain dialogue on capacity development in rural transport.
  • Interact with ongoing national capacity assessment processes across Africa.
  • Disseminate information on case studies of successful capacity development.
  • Re-energise research and higher education networks in sub-Saharan Africa
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