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Education in Revolutionary Africa
The author examines the problems in organising national systems of education which would enable the teacher and the community to play their full part in the great task of building the future of Africa. Both the teacher and ...
Towards an Education Evaluation Framework: Synchronous and Asynchronous E-Learning Cases
(Research Centre for Education and Technology, 2006)
Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) are the computing and communications facilities and features that variously support teaching, learning, and a range of activities in education. It has always been assumed ...
Female education, adolescent sexuality and the risk of sexually transmitted infection in Ariaal Rendille culture
Sub-Saharan Africa today features the worlds highest levels of fertility, infant and child mortality and sexually transmitted infectious diseases, with the last including Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome(AIDS) (National ...
A Kenyan perspective on the use of animals in science education and scientific research in Africa and prospects for improvement
Animal experimentation is common in Africa, a region that accords little priority on animal protection in comparison to economic and social development. The current study aimed at investigating the prevalence of animal ...
Role of traditional birth attendants in the dissemination of advice on nutrition
Nutritionists conducted a rapid assessment of nutrition advice dissemination to pregnant and lactating mothers by 35 traditional birth attendants (TBAs) after they underwent 3 training sessions in Samburu district, Kenya. ...