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Making Education Safe for Women and Girls in Africa

A certain politician in Botswana had sexually abused an underage girl and was considering paying the girl’s poor mother to keep her quiet

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The Politics of Language as a Medium of Delivery in Education

Even if education is made free and compulsory, where it is delivered in an unfamiliar language, it is not possible to achieve universal primary and secondary education,

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"What Was My Education For?"

That was the first time in my life I took note of the cocoa trees, and they are on the route I have walked countless times on my way to and from work. Every so often, I ask myself, “What was my education for?”

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People’s Education

A Case Study of Alternative Strategies to Impart Knowledge

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BUWA! Issue #6: Moving Stories

As part of our celebration of International Women’s Day in March this year, OSISA launched the 6th Edition of BUWA! JOURNAL on African Women’s Experiences. This Issue features African women’s experiences of migration, highlighting the pull and push factors, the challenges and opportunities as well as gaps in policies for protection.

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