School enrollment


  • Education and training in Africa: What challenges' What new tools'

    School enrollment has risen by 31 % in ten years... Sub Saharan Africa has had the highest results over the past ten years: school enrollment has risen by 31 % (i.e. 58 million additional pupils)
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  • 3 questions to

    School enrollment has risen by 31 % in ten years... Sub Saharan Africa has had the highest results over the past ten years: school enrollment has risen by 31 % (i.e. 58 million additional pupils)
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  • 3 questions to

    School enrollment has risen by 31 % in ten years... Sub Saharan Africa has had the highest results over the past ten years: school enrollment has risen by 31 % (i.e. 58 million additional pupils)
    Read more

  • AFD in Latin America and the Caribbean

    With some 30 million inhabitants and substantial natural wealth, the country today needs to address major challenges: reduce poverty and inequalities, improve the rate of school enrollment and access to healthcare, build infrastructure, which is currently seriously lacking, develop cities, etc. AFD will be helping the country to address several of the challenges, in line with its strategy in Latin America
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  • Report of the panel "Education, the chance of Africa. A decade of projects for education: progress and prospects."

    The first conference focused on the significant progress in terms of access to primary education, as evidenced by the significant increase in enrollment rates on the continent. However, 60 million children worldwide are still not in school, more than thirty million in sub Saharan Africa. Specifically outcast of the education systems are vulnerable populations (poor, rural, with a disability...) and more specifically girls, although their enrollment rates have also increased significantly
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  • Report of the panel "Education, the chance of Africa. A decade of projects for education: progress and prospects."

    The first conference focused on the significant progress in terms of access to primary education, as evidenced by the significant increase in enrollment rates on the continent. However, 60 million children worldwide are still not in school, more than thirty million in sub Saharan Africa. Specifically outcast of the education systems are vulnerable populations (poor, rural, with a disability...) and more specifically girls, although their enrollment rates have also increased significantly
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  • Press Releases

    Joint efforts will include promoting attention to the issue of out of school children, and supporting their enrollment and retention once in school. The five-year agreement, once fully implemented, can make the difference to 500 000 children in countries Sub Saharan Africa
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