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By Medel-Añonuevo Carolyn, Bolly Madina
Considering that literacy is a fundamental right for both men and women, how can we explain why 62% of African women are refused the right to literacy training? On current trends, nearly 800 million adults, including a high proportion of women, will...
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Over the last decade, the education sector in Zimbabwe has faced a myriad of challenges due to the prevailing economic situation. The Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, supported by ADEA WGEMPS and the UNESCO Harare office, carried out a...
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2010
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A key strategy in modern education management is measurement, and a key feature of measurement is using quantitative indicators as both early warning measures of system dysfunction and benchmarks against which progress is assessed.This indicator...
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2010
By TRUDELL, Barbara, DOWD, Amy Jo, PIPER, Benjamin, BLOCH, Carole
Literacy – the ability to read and write – is recognized as one of the most fundamental of core skills contributing to academic achievement, lifelong learning and sustainable development. In many African countries, however, literacy achievement in...
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2012
By SOWE, Musa
Under the agenda of Vision 2020, the Gambia offered increased access to early childhood development (ECD) through centers attached to lower basic schools, using an integrated approach that took into account health, nutrition, water and sanitation,...
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For the first time, Africa has a series of children's books developed by Africans to meet African challenges. Despite the young age of its target audience (3 - 8), the Bouba and Zaza series, "Childhood Cultures", freely examines serious subjects....
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2011
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For the first time, Africa has a series of children's books developed by Africans to meet African challenges. Despite the young age of its target audience (3 - 8), the Bouba and Zaza series, "Childhood Cultures", freely examines serious subjects....
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Book
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2011
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For the first time, Africa has a series of children's books developed by Africans to meet African challenges. Despite the young age of its target audience (3 - 8), the Bouba and Zaza series, "Childhood Cultures", freely examines serious subjects....
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Book
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2011
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For the first time, Africa has a series of children's books developed by Africans to meet African challenges. Despite the young age of its target audience (3 - 8), the Bouba and Zaza series, "Childhood Cultures", freely examines serious subjects....
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Book
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2011

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