Access to education


  • SDGs and agriculture

    SDG 4- -Access to quality education Children who are malnourished or given excessive tasks in rural areas can not succeed in school or apprenticeships. Yet without basic education and vocational training, there will be no real progress towards sustainable agriculture Enhanced agricultural practices and access to education are inextricably linked
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  • A €4m grant to support the development of education (July the 7th, 2011 Board of Directors)

    The program being implemented focuses on measures to reduce inequalities and disparities in access to education between boys and girls and between the different regions in the country. Sub-programs specifically address orphans and children living with HIV / AIDS
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  • Press Releases

    International community marks 2010 FIFA World Cup by mobilizing to champion the cause of access to education!... Education for All campaign which aims to ensure that the 75 million children out of school in Africa and the world's poorest countries get access to free education, qualified teachers and a future that only quality education can provide
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  • Education and training in Africa: What challenges' What new tools'

    NICTs, a solution to improve access to education and training and its quality?... Generally speaking, the problems identified are the need to improve both access to education and its quality
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    NICTs, a solution to improve access to education and training and its quality?... Generally speaking, the problems identified are the need to improve both access to education and its quality
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  • 90% of children are today in school, but under what conditions'

    We need to put into perspective the progress achieved in access to education in countries where population growth remains high, or is even soaring: for example, in Niger, the number of children at primary level stood at 1 7 million in 2010 and will reach 2 4 million by 2016. Consequently, major challenges remain, especially in terms of ensuring equal access to education
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  • 90% of children are today in school, but under what conditions'

    We need to put into perspective the progress achieved in access to education in countries where population growth remains high, or is even soaring: for example, in Niger, the number of children at primary level stood at 1 7 million in 2010 and will reach 2 4 million by 2016. Consequently, major challenges remain, especially in terms of ensuring equal access to education
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  • Press Releases

    The program being implemented focuses on measures to reduce inequalities and disparities in access to education between boys and girls and between the different regions in the country... Communities will have wider access to health care thanks to improvements in the way hospitals operate and education will be improved with the renovation and equipment of school facilities and teacher training
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  • What development challenges is Morocco facing today?

    For example, girls still have limited access to education, partly in rural areas... Reduce social and territorial inequalities: one of AFD's priorities is to scale up access to education and health and improve the quality of health care
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  • Press Releases

    The priority sectors continue to be access to drinking water (for 35 % of the French), access to education (14 %) and health (8 %). Although they want Sub Saharan African countries to remain the priority focus area for action, many people also hope to see an additional commitment by France to support North African countries
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