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Since the United Nations Declaration of the Decade for Women in 1975 following the global outcry of poor and low participation of women in decision making and in politics in the 1980s, the Government of Ghana with its institutions and international donor agencies and organisations started increasing their focus on empowering women by providing Non-Formal Education (NFE) programmes.
This was to raise the women’s consciousness and to build their capacities and skills.
The value assumption was that, if women understood their conditions, knew their rights and learnt new skills, they would be empowered to actively participate in decision making and public governance in Ghana.
It was against this background that the study was designed to find out the extent to which these NFE programmes have contributed to the participation of the 2010 cohort of Assembly women in local governance in Northern sector of Ghana.
Moses Yinkorah Namoog is a professional Adult Education Educator with special interest in Gender and Governance and Environmental Studies.
He has PhD, Mphil (Adult Education) and BA (Economics, Geography and Resource Development) from University of Ghana, is currently a Lecturer and a Centre Coordinator of University of Ghana Learning Centre.
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