Gender Budgeting in the Education Sector: Implications for the Girl Child Education in Nigeria

@inproceedings{Aina2011GenderBI,
  title={Gender Budgeting in the Education Sector: Implications for the Girl Child Education in Nigeria},
  author={O. Aina and K. Olayode},
  year={2011}
}
  • O. Aina, K. Olayode
  • Published 2011
  • Sociology
  • More than any other time in the Nigerian history, women education is now considered a priority because it has become a major factor in the development equation, and in particular, a key to gender equity, justice and poverty reduction; improved skills and technological knowledge acquisition; improved nutrition; reproductive health; and general socio-economic development of a nation. Yet, the challenges of gender issues in education still remain mostly unabated. The cultural barriers which the… CONTINUE READING

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