Membership requirements

It is established that in order to be a member of AFRICE should hold a Masters degree and be a researcher in at least one of the following fields:

  • Comparative Education,
  • International Education,
  • Intercultural Education,
  • Development Education,
  • History of Education,
  • Philosophy of Education,
  • Sociology of Education,
  • Adult Education and Community development.

It is established that the AFRICE fee for every registered member is 50 US$ per year. Of this amount, 20 US $ per registered member’s dues is transferred to the AFRICE head quaters bank account while the remainder is paid into a local (national) AFRICE bank account to manage national activities.

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3rd AFRICE International Conference

The 3rd AFRICE 2017 Conference is upcoming.

More details to follow.

Dr. Daniel Komo Gakunga - The new President of AFRICE

Dr. Daniel Komo Gakunga

Dr. Daniel Komo Gakunga is the new president of AFRICE.

Dr. Gakunga, a lecturer at the Department of Educational Foundations; School of Education, College of Education and External Studies was announced President of AFRICE during the 2nd AFRICE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE held at Kenya Science, University of Nairobi on 19th June 2015. He will serve as president for the next 2 years. Before his promotion, Dr. Gakunga served as the Vice President of AFRICE since 2013.

The College of Education and External Studies, the Department of Educational Foundations and the entire University of Nairobi extend their congratulations and best wishes to Dr. Daniel Gakunga as he leads AFRICE to new heights.

D. Gakunga: Bio

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