The Sankoré Program is a French government program dedicated to unrestricted, free digital education for everyone, particularly for Africa.This program consists of setting up, over the 2010/2015 period, the bases for this revolution for teaching in developing countries and for helping fight illiteracy throughout the world, which is one of the major Millennium Development Goals.
For these purposes, the French government:
> named an interministerial delegate for digital education in Africa, Professor Albert-Claude Benhamou (DIENA)
> created a Public Interest Grouping for Digital Education in Africa (GIP ENA), presided over by Alain Madelin, former government minister.
The members of GIP ENA’s Board of Directors are:
- The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs
- the Ministry for National Education
- The Ministry for the Budget, the Ministry for Civil Service
- the State Secretary for the Digital Economy
- the International Center for Educational Studies (CIEP).
Former government minister
President of GIP ENA
Professor Albert-Claude BENHAMOU
Interministerial Delegate for Digital Education in Africa
General Manager of GIP ENA.
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