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Promoting girls' education in Africa - The design and implementation of policy interventions - Education Research Paper No. 25, 1998, 141 p.













Table of Contents


N Swainson, S Bendera, R Gordon, E Kadzamira

EDUCATION RESEARCH

July 1998

Serial No. 25
ISBN: 1 86192 046 6

Department For International Development


Table of Contents


Department for International Development Education Papers

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1 - Introduction

1.1. Study objectives
1.2. Methodology
1.3. Structure of the report
1.4. Literature review

Chapter 2 - Donor gender policies

2.1. The Department for International Development, UK

2.1.1 Gender and development
2.1.2 Education policy

2.2. Sida

2.2.1 Background to Sida's WID/GAD policy
2.2.2 Education

2.3. UNICEF

2.3.1 Gender and education
2.3.2 Education

2.4. Conclusion

Chapter 3 - Malawi

3.1. Educational provision: An overview

3.1.1 Primary education
3.1.2 Secondary education
3.1.3 Tertiary education
3.1.4 Literacy
3.1.5 Public expenditure on education

3.2. Knowledge generated

3.2.1 Research gender and education
3.2.2 Utilisation of research knowledge
3.2.3 Research on socio-economic constraints
3.2.4 Research on socio-cultural constraints
3.2.5 Research on school-related factors

3.3. Government interventions

3.3.1 Education Development Plans
3.3.2 Government policy to promote girls' and womens' education
3.3.3 Policy design and implementation: strengths and weaknesses
3.3.4 Contradictions in government policy
3.3.5 Organisational and bureaucratic factors and the role of gender advocates
3.3.6 The role played by gender advocates within MOE and MOWCACDSW
3.3.7 Implementation issues
3.3.8 The girl's secondary school scholarship programme

3.4 Donor interventions

3.4.1 Donor support to education
3.4.2 USAID - Gable programme 1991-1998
3.4.3 UNICEF
3.4.4 ODA/DFID
3.4.5 Donor coordination

3.5 Non governmental organisations

3.5.1 The nature of NGO activity
3.5.2 Relationship between women's NGOs and government
3.5.3 NGOs and aid agencies
3.5.4 NGOs and government policy

3.6. Conclusion

Chapter 4 - Tanzania

4.1. Educational provision: An overview

4.1.1 Primary and secondary education
4.1.2 Post-secondary education and training
4.1.3 Literacy and non-formal education
4.1.4 Education funding

4.2. Knowledge generated

4.2.1 The overall research effort
4.2.2 The Mbilinyi report

4.3. Government interventions

4.3.1 Gender policy
4.3.2 Gender in education policy

4.4. NGO and Donor interventions

4.4.1 NGOs and Gender

4.5. Donor interventions

4.5.1 Donor support to education
4.5.2 DFID
4.5.3 Sida
4.5.4 UNICEF

4.6. Conclusions and recommendations

Chapter 5 - Zimbabwe

5.1. Educational provision in Zimbabwe: An overview

5.1.1 Primary and secondary schools
5.1.2 Secondary school examination results
5.1.3 Tertiary education
5.1.4 Non-formal education

5.2. Knowledge generated

5.2.1 Statistical overviews
5.2.2 In-depth research
5.2.3 Research impact

5.3. Government policy

5.3.1 Policy issues
5.3.2 Gender policies and the emergence of gender equity as an issue in education
5.3.3 Gender issues in education: policies and practice

5.4. Donor interventions

5.4.1 DGIS
5.4.2 Sida
5.4.3 UNICEF

5.5. NGOs and the struggle for gender equality
5.6. Conclusions and recommendations

Chapter 6 - Conclusion

References

List of persons consulted

List of abbreviations