16-Dec-2019 to 14:17

Morocco’s Fez to host 3rd session of Mohammed VI Foundation

APA-Rabat (Morocco) — The spiritual capital of Morocco, Fez, is hosting the third session of the Mohammed VI Foundation for African Ulemas on December 17 and 18, in which nearly 357 researchers from 32 African countries representing the institution’s sections will take part.

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13-Dec-2019 to 20:47

Ecowas court rules against S/Leone ban on pregnant schoolgirls

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The Ecowas Community Court has ordered the Sierra Leone government to scrap a controversial policy banning girls who are pregnant from attending mainstream schools.

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09-Dec-2019 to 21:06

S/Leone Finance ministry to promote academic research

APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Finance has called for academic articles and research proposals for the 2019 edition of its in-house Economic Bulletin.

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05-Dec-2019 to 04:45

Ethiopia's education project to support 750,000 displaced students

APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Education Cannot Wait (ECW) on Thursday announced a $27 million investment to support the delivery of quality inclusive education to close to 750,000 girls and boys displaced by the crises in Ethiopia.

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26-Nov-2019 to 23:22

Street kids: It will take smart policies to clear Africa's streets - Expert

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — The phenomenon of street children is one of the many social challenges several African countries still face with Senegal being no exception.

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11-Nov-2019 to 16:49

Education, tolerance, bulwarks against violence - Senegalese Imam

APA - Dakar (Senegal) — Faced with radical fanaticism that are more often expressed through violence and terrorism in the world, “education and tolerance remain the best ramparts” against such tendencies, according to Senegalese Imam Ahmadou Makhtar Kante in an interview with APA.

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08-Nov-2019 to 13:47

S/African groups unhappy with sex education syllabus, gov’t unmoved

APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — Plans by the South Africa’s education authorities to introduce sex education lessons as part of a life orientation curriculum have drawn sharp criticism from local conservative groups but the government says all is fine, APA learnt on Friday.

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