Harmonisation of African Higher Education, Quality Assurance and Accreditation (HAQAA) is an initiative that has been established to support the development of a harmonised quality assurance and accreditation system at institutional, national, regional and Pan-African continental level. It is funded by the European Union Commission, in the context of the Africa-EU Strategic Partnership. Phase one (HAQAA1) was implemented from 2016-2018. HAQAA 2 (2019 – 2022) builds upon, upscale and promote the results of HAQAA1 and also goes further in supporting African higher education integration.
HAQAA2 mooc series
African Regional and Continental Integration and Cooperation in Higher Education
200 participants completed this training on African Regional and Continental Integration and Cooperation in Higher Education The online course took place from 10th October 2022 to 18th January 2023, targeting HE professionals and public authorities.
Dissemination and Capacity-Building Projects
The HAQAA2 consortium offered graduates of the HAQAA1 and HAQAA2 training course on internal and external QA the chance to apply for grants to implement dissemination and capacity-building projects to strengthen the implementation of the Pan-African Quality Assurance and Accreditation Framework (PAQAF).