Case Studies

Eritrea: Vocational Training Centres

In 2017, EduTeq completed the implementation of a turnkey contract with the Ministry of Education in Eritrea. The project included the provision of equipment, installation, basic training, and other services for the vocational training equipment supplied to the various workshops across three sites in Eritrea.


Zimbabwe: UNICEF Secondary Schools Project

From 2013 through 2016, Eduteq and Devotra BV (Netherlands) implemented a project to supply science kits to 2,449 secondary schools across Zimbabwe.


Ghana: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

In 2013 and 2014 EduTeq was awarded multiple contracts to supply chemical and petrochemical engineering equipment to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana, under the World Bank funded Oil and Gas Capacity Building Project (OGCBP).


Ghana: Ministry of Education Science Resource Centre Project

In 2011 the Ministry of Education in Ghana placed a contract with Eduteq’s project partner itec Limited for the upgrading of facilities for teaching Science and Technology in 200 schools as part of the Science Resource Centre Project. Read more…


Rwanda: WDA Technical Vocational Training Centres

In 2008 the Government of Rwanda committed to establishing the Workforce Development Authority (WDA) which is an institutional framework to provide a strategic response to the skills development challenges facing the country across all sectors of the economy. Read more…


Sudan: UNIDO Vocational Training Centres

In 2008 the United Nations Industrial Development Organization began a project to enhance the capacity of Khartoum state vocational training services. Read more…


Libya: Ministry of Education Science Centres

In 2006 the Ministry of Education in Libya began a project to equip all secondary schools in Libya with Biology, Chemistry and Physics practical science equipment. Read more…


Qatar: CNA-Q College of Technology

In 2001 the College of the North Atlantic(CNA-Q) in Newfoundland, Canada, entered into a 10 year agreement with the State of Qatar to develop a comprehensive College of Technology. Read more…