These recommendations represent the opinions of a cross-section of mid-to-senior level managers from ministries and public sector organizations in Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zambia. While participating in an intensive leadership course run by GESCI, for the advancement of knowledge societies, these future leaders gained a deeper understanding of the critical interplay between Education, ICT, and Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in the development of emerging economies across East and Southern Africa. The African Leadership in ICT course, which uniquely combines key elements of leadership, knowledge society and futures thinking into six action learning modules, is delivered online and face-to-face over the course of seven months, culminating in a final policy coherence workshop, at
which these recommendations were produced.
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