Enhancing Women’s Development through Literacy Education in Nigeria

@inproceedings{Oyitso2012EnhancingWD,
  title={Enhancing Women’s Development through Literacy Education in Nigeria},
  author={Mabel Oyitso and C. O. Olomukoro},
  year={2012}
}
  • Mabel Oyitso, C. O. Olomukoro
  • Published 2012
Women’s issues are global and universal. Illiteracy and limited access to education keep women marginalized. Literacy empowers and it is the most important means through which women can be developed socially, politically and economically. This paper, therefore, examines literacy and development and discusses how literacy education can help in the development of women. The paper goes further to highlight the benefits of literacy education to women and concludes with some suggestions on how women… CONTINUE READING

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