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By OUANE, Adama
The holistic and integrated nature of lifelong learning (LLL) offers the necessaryframework to cater for post-primary education of various kinds. LLL providesthe conditions and capacities for genuine empowerment and inclusion. Its...
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2008
By JUVANE, Virgilio
Access to primary/basic education has expanded significantly in recent years,especially in response to the EFA and MDG initiatives. As a result of this expansion,there is now an increasing pressure in many sub-Saharan African countriesto widen...
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2008
By MUKENE, Pascal
This case study focuses on the topic of «Communal schools and alternativepost primary educational structures: strategies for extending basic educationin Burundi». Communal schools in Burundi, which are managed jointly by theCommunal Administrator...
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2008
By GLASSMAN, Deborah
This paper briefly inventories the reasons that formal education systems are not currently educating all children in SSA and cannot accommodate significantly more children in post-primary education (chapter 1). It goes on to explore the evolution of...
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2008
By MAIGA, Bonaventure
Thisexperience focuses on young drop-outs from the educational system, which is now known as the CED (Education Centers for Development) strategy, started in 1993, when 20 pioneer centers supervised by the former DNAFLA (Directionnationale de l'...
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2008
By JACINTO, Claudia
This paper summarizes Latin-American trends in recent policies and programs addressed to increase disadvantaged youth employability and employment. Revising the financial, institutional and learning arrangements of the programs,??linked or not...
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2008
By BANANUKA, Twine
This desk study was based principally on the documents of education, agriculture, and health sectors and organized around the same. Non-Formal PPET policy provisions and implementation are weak in the education sector. Non-Formal PPET is extensively...
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2008
By ILUKENA, Alfred
Issues of providing equitable access to post-secondary education are common inmany developing countries. These issues are compounded by lack of targeted, deliberate articulation between formal and non-formal streams within certaineducation systems.....
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2008
By Gaidzanwa, Rudo Barbra
This paper argues that post primary education in Africa is uneven, biased by gender, location, class and region, resulting in the illiteracy of the majority of girls and women in Africa.The paper argues for provision of good quality formal and non-...
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2008
By BUNYI, Grace
In sub-Saharan Africa, several interventions aimed at ameliorating the gender inequities in transition to and effective participation in higher education have been implemented Affirmative action policiesand programs have been implemented at the...
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2008

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