Education in developing countries.

Linking non formal education to development: NGO experiences during the ‘education for all’ decade”. World Education (January 2000)


“Girls Education. Towards a better future for all”. DFID, Progress Report

“In 2005, DFID published its strategy for girls’ education, Girls’ Education: towards a better future for all. Across the world, it has been estimated that 94 countries have failed to meet the first Millennium Development Target of having equal numbers of girls and boys in primary and secondary education by 2005…. 

The strategy set out the action DFID would take within the international community and with our partner governments in developing countries to maintain momentum on girls’ education.

This first annual report charts the progress we (DFID) have made on our pledges in the first year since publishing them and sets out recommendations for further action…”.


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