Girls, the latest. A study of female dropout in Central Kibosho (Tanzania)

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Felina, John ; Francisco Amat, Andrea ; Moliner Miravet, Lidón (2015)
  • Publisher: Universidad de Granada: Grupo FORCE
  • Subject: Tanzania | Gender | School dropout | Zonas Rurales | Estudios de caso | Estudio de Caso | Educación Primaria | Género | Primary Education | Rural areas | Case study | Abandono Escolar

Uno de los Objetivos del Milenio para 2015 era lograr el acceso a la enseñanza primaria universal para todos y todas pero aún hay 58 millones de niños y niñas de entre 6 y 11 años sin escolarizar; una situación que afecta sobre todo a las niñas. Las tasas más bajas de e... View more
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