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Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) through distance: A panacea for youth unemployment: The case of Nigeria
Since October 2007 after UNESCO hosted the Youth Forum as part of its General Conference in Paris, the question is: “How far have developing countries gone with the employability of youths thereby facilitating their ...
Gender Equality in Skills Development: How to find a balance
One of the goals of education in Nigeria is to empower its citizens to acquire appropriate skills, abilities and competences, both mental and physical, as equipment for the individual to live in and contribute to the ...
Open and Distance Learning: A Catalyst for Women empowerment in Nigeria National Open University of Nigeria as Case study
Open and distance learning education has come of age in Nigeria. For over a decade, National Open University of Nigeria (N.O.U.N) remains the only one-mode university in Nigeria. Education is the bedrock of women empowerment, ...
Empowerment and Transformation : A Case Study of Communication Skills of Dalit Women in India
Access to basic needs such as food, water, shelter, etc. has been influenced by unequal gender, race and class relations. Inequality of power between women and men has inevitably led to unequal sharing of resources such ...
Effectiveness Of Vocational Skills Acquisition Programme On Women Empowerment: National Open University Of Nigeria As Case Study
Poverty and gender inequality are some of the problems bedeviling the Nigerian society. The group most affected are girls and women especially those living in the rural areas. These are mostly those who had early marriages, ...
The Role of TVET in Developing Skills for Kenyan Rural Women through Open Learning: A Case of Samburu Women at Coastal Region
The modern girl’s dream is to live and work in an urban locality regardless of her background. This reverie is based on the perception that an urban setting has so much to offer including better education, dream job and ...