Report of Conference and Workshop on Non-Formal Education and the Rural Poor

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Program of Studies in Non-Formal Education, Institute for International Studies, College of Education, the University , [East Lansing, Mich.]
Non-formal education -- Developing countries -- Congresses., Rural poor -- Education -- Developing countries -- Congresses., Education, Rural -- Developing countries -- Congre
Other titlesNon-formal education and the rural poor.
StatementRichard O. Niehoff, editor and conference director ; Kenneth L. Neff, associate director, workshop ; under the joint sponsorship of Michigan State University and the Agency for International Development.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsNiehoff, Richard O., Michigan State University. Program of Studies in Non-formal Education., United States. Agency for International Development.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 248 p. ;
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Focusing on the theme of nonformal education as a method of involving rural people in developmental processes designated to help improve social and economic well-being, this report on the second international conference/workshop on nonformal education presents major concepts and methods involved in development work with the rural poor via case descriptions.

Report of a conference and workshop on non-formal education and the rural poor Responsibility: Richard O. Niehoff, editor and conference director ; Kenneth L. Neff, associate director, workshop. Report of conference and workshop on non-formal education and the rural poor.

East Lansing: Program of Studies in Non-Formal Education, Institute for International Studies, College of Education, Michigan State University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard O Niehoff; Kenneth L Neff.

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The Adentan Business Advisory Centre (BAC) in the Adentan Municipal Assembly intends to become a one-stop-shop in business development services in the Greater Accra Region and the country as a whole.

The BAC deems capacity building, especially to the rural poor as theFile Size: 1MB. According to the statistics obtained during the fieldwork inthere were public libraries, 1, learning centers, village reading centers under the Department of Non-Formal Education within the Ministry of Education.

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& Murgai, R. A Note on the Sustainability of the. The project is to involve poor rural women from the two counties of Jinja District. Organization’s Location Address: by building their capacity through training and non-formal education and improving their opportunities to access and to eradicate the root causes of poverty in local communities so as to enable them attain self reliance.

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NIGERIA EDUCATION SECTOR ANALYSIS: AN ANALYTICAL SYNTHESIS OF PERFOMANCE AND MAIN ISSUES Teboho Moja Visiting Professor of Higher Education New York University Department of Administration, Leadership and Technology New York, NY.

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International Conference on Education, 46th session, Geneva, Federal Republic of Nigeria. Education for All (EFA) in Nigeria. Country report on EFA since Dakar and National Plan of Action. August Federal Ministry of Education. Country report of Nigeria. International Conference on Education, 47th session.Financial Literacy (FL) is an important prerequisite for coffee farmers to manage their business efficiently and to access productive credit.

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