Matters arising from the lack of comprehensive sexuality education in Africa

By Dr Valery Ngo, Regina Sinsai, Solange Dabou and Evrard Kepgang|2024-06-03T13:22:31+00:00June 3rd, 2024|Categories: Health, Publications|Tags: , , |

By Dr Valery Ngo, Regina Sinsai, Solange Dabou, Evrard Kepgang Introduction Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) remains a sensitive topic in most parts of the world as parents, teachers, religious leaders, politicians and human rights [...]

The Role of Education in the Career Choices of Married Women in Cameroon

By Dr. Adeline Nembot|2023-11-13T09:29:03+00:00October 9th, 2023|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , , |

Education tends to open up a variety of opportunities for those who acquire it, including a wider range of labor market opportunities, such as occupying high segments of the labor market

Social Protection in Cameroon’s Education and Health Sectors

By EGOH MODI AZIZ|2019-07-30T14:13:12+00:00October 16th, 2018|Categories: Education & Health Policy, Publications|Tags: , , |

By Egoh Aziz Modi, Development Policy Analyst Social protection and welfare systems in most sub Saharan African countries are below international standards. According to the International Federation of Social Workers,[1]“social protection is a practice-based [...]

Increasing Development Outcomes through Evidence-Based Policy Making

By Melaine Nsaikila|2020-12-22T21:02:16+00:00March 3rd, 2018|Categories: Education & Health Policy, Publications|Tags: |

Across the world, policy specialists have expressed serious concern on what has been referred to as the rising gap between official public policy and policy implementation. Particular to some nations, especially the nations of [...]

Education systems in developing countries cannot afford any more laxity

By Nkafu Policy Institute|2017-12-12T19:42:24+00:00December 12th, 2017|Categories: General, Policy|Tags: , , |

By Cosmas Mwikirize Education is always touted as a magic bullet for economic emancipation. However, the preponderance of evidence has increasingly shown that an educated population does not necessarily lead to improved economic gains or [...]

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