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by David W. Chapman
University of Minnesota
December 2004
 
Published by The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) this evaluation report examines the African Girls' Education Initiative (AGEI) which is being carried out in 34 countries. By sharing details about the design and operation of the programme, evaluation findings, and lessons learned, UNICEF hopes to illuminate capacity gaps in designing, implementing, and evaluating girls' education programming all over the world. The organisation also hopes to stimulate reflection on the importance of finding innovative ways for including excluded children, particularly girls, in education, and improving the quality, equity and equality in educational systems and services for all children.

http://www.comminit.com/africa/evaluations/evaluations2005/evaluations-166.html
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