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The sub-Saharan Africa Conference on
Education for All
   
    6 - 10 December 1999 in Johannesburg, South Africa
   
    Regional framework
   
    Information note on the sub-Saharan Africa Conference on Education for All
   
    Information note on the Sub-Saharan Africa NGO Meeting
(2 - 4 December 1999)
   
    Media invitation to the sub-Saharan Africa Conference (.doc)
   
    African problems, African solutions - The EFA 2000 Bulletin (No. 38, January-March 2000) tells the story of Education for All in Africa
   
 

  Country examples :

 
     
Uganda hits universal primary education target by Dan Elwana, The East African Newspaper, Kampala, Uganda
Participatory approach revives adult classes in Tanzania by Mboneko Munyaga, Special Correspondent, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Kenya makes great strides in early childhood education by David Aduda, Nation Newspapers, Nairobi, Kenya
Poor resources hinder academic growth in Ethiopia by Mr. Noel Okoth, All Africa News Agency
Reducing shortage of teachers during economic crisis in Cameroon (.doc)
Literacy paves way into business for adult professionals in Cap Verde
Finding a sustainable approach to re-integrate drop-outs in Niger
Action plan to reduce gender disparities in Gabon
Increased participation with local expertise and materials in the Ivory Coast
Access, retention and success - urgent needs in girls' education in the Ivory Coast
Effective post-war reconstruction through decentralisation in Rwanda
  (NB: The seven latter articles are all written by Leila Loupis, UNESCO Harare)
   
    For more information, please contact :
 
 
Regional Co-ordinator :
K. C. Tung
UNESCO Harare,
P.O. Box HG 435, Highlands
Harare, Zimbabwe
Tel: (263) 477 6114
Fax: (263) 477 6055
E-mail : a.vogelaar@unesco.org
   
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