WG on Non-Formal Education (WGNFE)

By HOPPERS, Wim, DIAGNE, Amadou Wade
This strategic orientation framework puts forward a vision of high-quality education encompassing the full diversity of learning modes in order to meet the varied needs and situations of learners. It promotes all forms of education – formal, non-...
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Study
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2012
By OUANE Adama, GLANZ Christine
The authors of the study highlight that improvements in educational quality and learning outcomes derive from strong multilingual language models and socio-culturally relevant curricula that use African languages as media of instruction for at least...
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Publication
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2011
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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Book
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Year
2011
By KAM Ollé Franck, SOME Magloire, ZABSONRE TASSEMBEDO Sanata, OUEDRAOGO ZONGO Eléonore
This document produced by Pamoja Burkina Faso and the Association for the promotion of non formal education (APENF) is a product of the work carried out using the Reflect approach in Burkina Faso. Reflect is a non formal education approach practiced...
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Study
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2010
By Par MEDEL-ANONUEVO Carolyn et DIARRA Mamadou Cheick
This study is the first of a UIE launched series entitled "Literacy Matters". This issue, which looks at the relationship between literacy and HIV prevention education, is the result of the work carried out by UIE in collaboration with the ADEA...
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Study
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Year
2007
By OSMAN, Amina (Editor)
This report reproduces papers presented at the symposium. The first part looks at theoretical issues and presents findings of a research carried out in Burkina Faso on indicators to measure the effectiveness of the right to education. The second...
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electronic only
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Year
2005
By THOMPSON, Ekundayo
This document reports the findings of a study on 88 Kenyan non-formal schools and centers in Kisumu, Mombasa and Nairobi. Carried out to generate data and information for further understanding of the non-formal sector, the study provides informed...
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Book
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2001
By MANNATHOKO, Changu, OSMAN, Amina, WRIGHT, Cream
This collection of papers presents the outcome of a symposium on the Dynamics of Non-formal Education (NFE) held in Johannesburg in December 1999. The documents presented covered the following subjects: (1) Policy and planning/management issues of...
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Book
Language(s)
Year
2001

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