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    • 1. Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Dr. Hahn, Karola| E-Mail karola.hahn@eiabc.edu.et| EiABC innovation collaboration entrepreneurship
    • 2. Transformation and Expansion of Higher Education in Ethiopia The Engineering Capactiy Building Program and the IoTs
      • Dr. Hahn, Karola | EiABC
      • entrepreneurship
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Dr. Hahn, Karola| E-Mail karola.hahn@eiabc.edu.et| EiABC
    • 3. Engineering Capacity Building Program
      • Mulit-sector reform approach to foster economic and industrial development (started 2006, 104 Mio. bis 2014)
      • Bilateral German-Ethiopian project
      • 4 ecbp components:
        • University reform
        • Private sector development
        • Quality infrastructure
        • TVET
      • On.e
        • e-capacity development, cross-cutting activity
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 4. Ecbp – an ethiopian reform program Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution University Component Private Sector Development Quality Assurance TVET On.e e-capacity development, e-education,e-private sector development
    • 5. IoT Landscape Ethiopian Institute of Technology - Mekelle (EiT-M)
    • 6. Semi-autonome Institutes of Technology
      • Establishment of 5 IoTs at 3universities
        • Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction & City Development at AAU (EiABC)
        • Institute of Technology Addis Ababa University (AAiT)
        • Institute of Textile, Garment and Fashion Design at Bahir Dar University (IoTex)
        • Institute of Technology at Bahir Dar University
        • Institute of Technology at Mekelle University (M-EiT)
      • 3 further IoTs in preparation
        • Awassa, Arba Minch, Jimma
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 7. Ethio-German bilateral cooperation
      • Governmental negotiations (2011)
        • 102 million euros was pledged to Ethiopia
        • Period from 2012 to 2014
      • Three priority areas
        • Sustainable economic development
        • Sustainable land management
        • Urban development and decentralization
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 8. DAAD Support of ecbp
      • 20 (mainly) German experts in place (2+4 model)
        • Scientific Directors
        • Managing Directors
        • Deans, Guestprofessors
        • President (Universities)
      • Ca. 40 more to come
        • Scholarships/In-Country Scholarships, Partnerships
        • Joint Programs (e.g. PhD)
        • DAAD Representative, DAAD Office open in 09/2011
        • Further support is discussed (e.g. Short term experts)
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 9. Qualitative Goals of the Reform
      • Institutes of Technology in Ethiopia provide comprehensive, practice-oriented and need-driven engineering technology education that contributes to the economic and industrial development of the country.
      • Upgrading of the sector and quality assurance
      • Changing student profile
        • 70 % of enrolments in S&T, focus on engineering
    • 10. Quantitative Goals of the Reform
      • Higher Education sector expansion
        • Increasing the number of HEIs (30)
        • Increasing the number of students
      • Establishment of
        • 10 Institutes of Technology
        • 2 new S&T Universities
        • Transformation of branches to Univ. or IoTs
      • Ucbp – University Capacity Building Program
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 11. Autonomy as framework for fast development and transformation
      • Autonomy within Addis Ababa University was granted to EiABC and AAiT
      • Autonomy Directive
        • Approved August 2011for EiABC and AAiT
        • Other Directives are under way
      • Autonomy
        • Governance, Academic Affairs, Administration, Finance
        • AAU has a supervising and control function
        • Mechanisms for implementation of autonomy are already partly in place
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 12. Reform focus within IoTs
      • Curriculum reform (quality, relevance, internat. compatibility)
      • Student centered,outcome oriented T&L, e-learning as complementary tool
      • Fostering (relevant) research & international collaboration, TT
      • Reform of governance structure
        • Implementing academic structures & coordination mechanisms
        • Setting up administrative structures
      • Reform, professionalization & automation of administration
      • Promoting a new institutional culture
      • Campus development, upgrading of facilities & machineries
      • Capacity development and HRD
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 13. Research, Education and Consultancy Services: Materials Research & Testing Center (MRTC)
    • 14. Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 15. Sustainable Urban Dewelling Unit (SUDU) Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 16. UNHCR Shelter Project Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 17. Addis Ababa City Model Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 18. ICE Addis Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 19. Needs from IoT Perspective
      • Financial and technical support for Entrepreneurship education and services
      • Integrated software systems for administration
      • Short-term experts (academic, admin, technical)
      • Scholarships
      • Top-ups for local salaries
      Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution
    • 20. Ethiopian Development Indicators Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Dr. Hahn, Karola| E-Mail karola.hahn@eiabc.edu.et| EiABC Indicator (Year) Rate Remarks GDP real growth rate (2010) 8 % (est.) Country comparison to the world: 19 (CIA Factbook) HDI (2010) 0.328 Human Development Index extremely low Rank 157 out of 169 countries and areas Annual average increase of 2,8 % (UNDP) GNI Per Capita 992 USD Per capita income is among the lowest in the world, 27.1 Billion USD in ETH, 946 Billion USD in Sub-Saharan Africa (World Bank 2011) Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI) 90% Suffering multiple deprivations (Standard of Living, Education, Health, Income Poverty) Additional 5 % are vulnerable to multiple deprivations, Education: 84 % (UNDP) Unemployment Rate n.a. Agricultural sector 50,7% of GDP caters for 85 % of employments (World Bank 2011) Unemployment Rate HE graduates ?
    • 21. Demographic Data Ethiopia Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution Indicator (Year) Value Remarks Population 90,873,739 (July 2011 est.) country comparison to the world: 13 Age Structure (2011 est.) 0-14 years: 46.3% 15-64 years: 51.0% 65+ years: 2.7% Median Age 16.8 years Population Growth Rate (2011 est.) 3.2% Country comparison to the world: 8 urban population: rate of 17% of total population (2010) Urbanization Annual rate of change (2010-15 est.) 3.8% Fast growing urbanization
    • 22. Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Name, Vorname| E-Mail Adresse | Institution Workshop | Weimar, 29. bis 30. August 2011 Africa Re:Load | Discover new opportunities for innovation and business
    • 23. After (Refom) Work: Teambuilding & Fun Africa Re:Load | Weimar 29./30. August 2011 Dr, Karola; Hahn| E-Mail karola.hahn@eiabc.edu.et| EiABC