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The development scenarios designed and implemented by African countries, sub-
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By FIAUX NIADA,Mary-Luce, ARDOAbdu Umar, BAKA, Hassane, BARRY,Boubacar, GANTENBEIN,Nicole, El MOCTAR,Abdourahmane Ag, MUGO,John Kabutha, SIDIBE,Amadou, SOW,Ousmane
This paper is the result of a study conducted by a team of African experts covering various African countries (Burkina Faso, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Nigeria) on the crucial issue of literacy education for nomadic people. It has been...
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2011
By NJOKA,Evangeline, AMENYA,Donvan, KEMUNTO,Everlyn, MURAYA, Daniel Ngaru, ONGOTO,Joel, RIECHI, Andrew Rasugu
This is a report of the responsiveness of selected KESSP targeted interventions aimed at enhancing inclusive and equitable primary education in Kenya. Using desk reviews, case studies as well as survey, the study focused on how the interventions...
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By TAMO, M.
This paper deals with the overall theme of the Triennale, namely the importance of "Promoting critical knowledge, skills and qualifications for sustainable development in Africa: How to design and implement an effective response through...
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2011
By MAÏGA,Bonaventure, KONANDI,Youssouf, SAMAKE,Bakary
The white paper on educational policy in Mali 2010-2012 reasserted that the quest for educational quality was the top priority and that one of the measures would be the widespread introduction of the curriculum. This study summarizes the development...
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2011
By KOHLBECHER,Katrin, SCHEUNPFLUNG,Annette, WENZ,Mark
In this study we discuss the psychological mechanisms which favour social behaviour of individuals in society and its importance for social cohesion. We ask for the meaning of core social competencies as a sustainable contribution to quality in...
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