BRAC’s non-formal primary education programme : scope, growth, achievements and factors contributing to its success

Abstract: This article describes the non-formal primary education (NFPE) programme, which has evolved in Bangladesh since 1985 and is now replicated in Afghanistan, Sudan and Uganda. It fills the gap between adult functional literacy programmes and government schools, involving poor, mostly rural communities.

Author(s): Aldeen, Mahmuda

Source(s): , [15] p., ill., tab

Published: 2011 Informasi pendidikan nasional (Infodiknas), [S.l.] (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://www.infodiknas.com/brac%E2%80%99s-non-formal-primary-education-programme-scope-growth-achievements-and-factors-contributing-to-its-success.html

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