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African population continues to increase each year with millions of girl children living in oppressive conditions, illiteracy, poverty, disease and ignorance.
For The Gambia, a tiny African nation noted for her tourism resources, Girl child education is the key to national survival.
It is part of Gambia's effort to succeed in her vision to revolutionize her economy and raise the standard of living by the year 2020; thus, an urgent need to educate the citizens - boys and girls.
Since 1996, the government has promoted girl child enrollment in the public schools but gender gap, retention issues and teacher problems still exist in the system.
This book examined the place of girl child education in the realization of The Gambia’s national vision, and on the need for quality training of indigenous teachers (males and females).
A United States Congressional Youth Leadership Award recipient & IJESPPA editor-in-chief who taught Special Education at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, USA.
He currently teaches Adult Literacy & serves as Deputy Coordinator, International Collaborative Linkages for North America at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka-Nigeria.
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