Burkina Faso

By ALIDOU, Hassana
In light of several political declarations, charters, and plans of action, it is clear that African governments do recognize the need to promote African languages for literacy, education, and development. However, lack of political will has...
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Conference paper
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Year
2006
By TIENDEBREOGO, Alice, BATABE, Cora Mathias
This case study recounts the creation of the Fund for Literacy Training and Non-Formal Education (FONAENF) in Burkina Faso in 2002. The purpose of the fund, which relies on the ""faire faire"" strategy, is to collect and manage...
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Conference paper
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Year
2006
By BALIMA, Pierre
This paper reports on Burkina Faso's experience with literacy training and non-formal education. It briefly reviews literacy policy and strategies from the post-colonial period to the creation of the Permanent Centers for Literacy and Training...
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Conference paper
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Year
2006
By FAGERBERG DIALLO, Sonja
This paper is based on 20 years' experience in the design and creation of approaches to education and adult literacy in African languages in Francophone West Africa. In recent years, our thinking about literacy has gone far beyond the simple...
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Conference paper
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Year
2006
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This film looks at a small village of around a hundred inhabitants, approximately 30 young men and women, -the main village workforce-who take part in an experimental literacy program. In addition to the adjustments due to the learning process (...
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FILM / DVD
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Year
2006
By SALZANO, Carmela
This book synthesizes recent moves to coordinate book sector planning and development. It describes the changing scenario in which book sector coordination has become necessary, and raises the key issues that need to be confronted as ad hoc...
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Book
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Year
2002
By ILBOUDO , E.K., COMPAORE, M., OUEDRAOGO , B., SOMBA, P., KABORE, O., OUEDRAOGO , A., KINDA, F., KANORE, B.
This review, which is part of a ten-year plan for the development of basic education in Burkina Faso, looks at past education sector analyses, their quality, dissemination and use. In addition to providing historical, documentary and methodological...
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Publication
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Year
2000
By ALIDOU NGAME, Hassina
To address the problem of illiteracy, most Francophone African countries have adopted the use of African languages as a fundamental strategy to improve and develop their educational programs. The primary aim of this strategy is to integrate African...
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Book
Language(s)
Year
2000

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