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Africa was labeled an illiterate continent for a very long time, but that narrative has changed considerably as more children enroll in school. With more African governments investing in school infrastructure and teacher training, that literary gap keeps reducing by the day. Though there is still room...

Among the sterling achievements in the struggle against global poverty in sub-Saharan Africa is the progress of female literacy.  The capacity of developing nations to provide girls and women with access to education remains vital to nations’ economic and political well-being. The World Bank defines literacy as the...

The World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought is observed on 17 June each year to promote public awareness of international efforts to combat desertification.  Desertification is an increasing ecological problem. The problem in Africa Africa is the continent most affected by desertification. One-third of Africa’s drylands are largely uninhabited...

Participation of communities in the operation of schools has helped increase access, retention, and attendance rates of children to school. Education is a ‘social activity in which, in addition to the school, society plays the role of a facilitator and partner’ (Sujatha, 2011: 201). Successful...

Innovation and creativity are the backbones of entrepreneurship. Domestic and international competition, changing government regulations, and rapidly shifting market conditions demand constant creative innovation for organizations to survive. Creativity and innovation have brought out the world's most advanced technologies and engineering. Whether it is cosmetic products,...

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