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IMPACT OF INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES ON GIRLS EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

IMPACT OF INCOME GENERATING ACTIVITIES ON GIRLS EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study

Education has been a priority in the socio-economic policies and development
strategies in Nigeria, strengthening on education system was a central goal of the
Revolutionary Government. For the purpose of making education more equitable,
the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (MOEVT) of Nigeria was
introduce with the responsibilities of planning, developing policies and guidelines
and setting standards for quality education in collaboration with parents,
communities, civil society organizations, private sectors and others development
partners.
The overall (global) enrolment rate of girls’ to boys’ improved from 88% to 94%,
between 1990 and 2000. However, over 100 million children of primary school age
are still not enrolled in primary schools; 55% of these are girls. Sub-Saharan Africa
and South and West Asia account for 70% of out- around the world (UNESCO: 2006). Access to education is a fundamental human right yet millions of children worldwide remain deprived of education and illiterate due to poverty or cultural, religious, physiological or demographic factors. The situation is particularly of concern for girls and women on the one hand, and for sub-Saharan Africa on the
other.
More than half of African children who enter primary school do not finish the cycle and the inequalities worsen as levels of education increase. The right of girls to education is one of the most critical of all rights – because education plays an important role in enabling girls and women to secure other rights (Right to Education Project: 2008).

Girls’ education is a primary predictor for a number of development indicators, including national fertility rates, infant mortality, family income, and productivity. World Bank economists have recognized girls’ education as the single development intervention with the greatest individual and social returns. In recognition of these overlapping benefits, a global campaign on education was launched in Jomtien, Thailand in 1990, seeking to achieve “Education for All by the Year 2000”. At the second World Education Forum in Dakar, Senegal, in 2000, attendees emphasized the importance of girls’ education as both a right and an essential foundation for development. Since then, educating girls has come to be viewed as among the world’s most important development challenges (Wible : 2005)

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