Senegal

By DIAGNE, Amadou Wade
In this study on five African countries (Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Niger etSenegal), the corpus of basic skills and knowledge required for entry to lowersecondary education is compared with the profiles of those leaving basic...
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2008
By WALTHER, Richard
This study was based on the results of a field survey conducted in four countries:Benin, Togo, Senegal and Mali. This research came after a study by the AFDon vocational training in the informal sector, which showed that the traditionaleducational...
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2008
By SARR, Joseph
In Senegal, the articulation between general education (both formal and nonformaleducation) and vocational training is a top priority in the educationalpolicies designed to combat poverty and promote sustainable development.This was the aim of the...
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2008
By DIARRA, Mohamed Chérif
The paper is a comparative synthesis of two separate studies commissioned by the Working on Finance and Education (WGFE) on the financing of higher education on two African countries, one Anglophone Kenya and the other Francophone Senegal.. The...
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2008
By DIOP, Maguette
Despite rising enrolments in Africa, gender parity has not yet been attained.The constraints on girls' education are due to both the internal workings of educational systems and their socio-cultural environments. When it comes to post-primary...
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2008
By DIAGNE, Amadou Wade, SALL, Binta Rassouloula Aw
This study examines the ""faire-faire"" strategy in the field of literacy training, now employed in a number of African countries after being launched in Senegal. It analyzes both the concept, placing it in a context of emergence...
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2006
By SALL, Binta, DIAGNE, Kassa
The Jomtien conference in 1990 confirmed a break-up of the ""monopoly"" position of formal education by granting an increasingly important role to non-formal education. Fifteen years later, however, questions still remain...
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2006
By GUEYE, Pape Madéfall, DIAGNE, Kassa
In Senegal, the diversification of the supply of non-formal education is based on analysis of demand. This implies that every project or program must observe certain principles relating to the diversity of situations on the ground and of the needs...
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2006
By AKOULOUZE , R, BADCOCK-WALTERS , P., DEMBÉLÉ, M., GALABAWA, J., MAFELA, L., NIANE, B., OPUBOR , A.E, PERLMAN, H., RUGALEMA, G., SAMOFF, J., SACK, R., SEBATANE, E.M., SOW , P.M., WRIGHT, Cream
How can educational policies and practices that have proved effective be scaled up and sustained? This question, examined in depth by ADEA in 2000-2001, is reviewed in these pages, which bring together the major documents presented at ADEA's...
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2005

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