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Tackling the causes of gender inequalities in Angolan schools
Tackling the causes of gender inequalities in Angolan schools
LUANDA, Angola, 6 June 2006 – In the face of an education system left in shambles by 27 years of war, Angola’s goal of reaching a primary school completion rate of 75 per cent by 2008 seems ambitious. But Angola is getting ready to confront any obstacles head on. Read More >
Angola: After 30 years of civil war, school reconstruction helps build a bright future
Angola: After 30 years of civil war, school reconstruction helps build a bright future
HUAMBO, Angola, 28 July 2005 – The foundations of peace are now firmly in place in this country, which had been ravaged by civil conflict. Read More >
Angola: Postwar reconstruction helps close gender gap in education
Angola: Postwar reconstruction helps close gender gap in education
MATETE, Angola, 15 June 2005 - Awakened by the sunrise, 15-year-old Branca rushes to the nearest water pump, almost a kilometre away from her family’s mud hut. Before the start of her school day, she must carry a twenty-litre water bucket back home and help her mother and sister prepare breakfast. Read More >

 

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