WENR, Sept./Oct. 2001: Africa

Regional News  Africa  African Women Do Not Receive Equal Access to Education Women in sub-Saharan Africa are far from winning the battle for equal access to higher education. The main reason cited is the failure to implement policies at the primary level. The average literacy…

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WENR, July/August 2001: Africa

Editorial Note: Web links have been removed from this page due to outdated third-party web content. Regional News  Africa  CHAD Chad’s Camel Schools Chad’s Education Ministry says it plans to revive the “school-on-a-camel system,” with teachers traveling on camels within nomadic communities to provide children…

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WENR, May/June 2001: Africa

Regional News  Africa  New Online Program to be Launched In an effort to combat the scarcity of current academic journals in African universities, administrators in 10 East African schools and four institutions in northern Europe are ready to launch an online program to facilitate the…

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eWENR, March/April 2001: Africa

Regional News  Africa  African Universities to Begin Charging Tuition The Association of African Universities met in February in Nairobi, Kenya, and voted to support a resolution that would introduce tuition in countries where higher education has traditionally been free. Included in the resolution’s proposed strategies…

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