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The Responsiveness of Enrollment Rates to Income and Price ab 48.99 € als Taschenbuch: A Case Study of : Sub-Saharan Africa. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Since independence, many nations in Sub-Saharan Africa have undertaken huge steps in expanding formal education. In many countries, free primary education has substantially increased both male and female enrollment rates to 82% and 70% respectively (1998 estimates). In contrast, the respective figures for secondary education enrollment rates are 29% and 24%. This is also accompanied by a growing disillusionment among political spheres regarding the actual benefits of a formal education. In order to decipher the intricacies of education enrollment and aid policy makers, this paper examines the responsiveness of female and male school enrollment rates to income and price in a sample of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa using 1970 to 1995 data. A cross comparison between the Sub-Saharan Africa sample and the world indicates similar responses to enrollments with respect to changing incomes and prices.

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Role of protection of basic services in enhanci...
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In this book awareness on the importance of protection of basic services and allocation of funds in the context of Bishoftu city administration Oromia regional state Ethiopia was elucidated. However, the public at the grass root level and the end user are not informed transparently to request the services and contribute their due shares. Though, the number of education and health services infrastructures have shown dramatic increment in the city, the health services client respondents and the focus group discussion teams claim that it is not in pace with the number of students enrollment and health service seekers, in terms of quality and accessibility. As the notion of public service delivery is comprehensive, this study prioritized its scope to education and health sectors by the guidance of certain principles developed by UN General Assembly (2011:49) such as participation, rule of law, transparency, responsiveness, effectiveness & efficiency, accountability and strategic vision and was applied according to the perspective of the study area.

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Since independence, many nations in Sub-Saharan Africa have undertaken huge steps in expanding formal education. In many countries, free primary education has substantially increased both male and female enrollment rates to 82% and 70% respectively (1998 estimates). In contrast, the respective figures for secondary education enrollment rates are 29% and 24%. This is also accompanied by a growing disillusionment among political spheres regarding the actual benefits of a formal education. In order to decipher the intricacies of education enrollment and aid policy makers, this paper examines the responsiveness of female and male school enrollment rates to income and price in a sample of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa using 1970 to 1995 data. A cross comparison between the Sub-Saharan Africa sample and the world indicates similar responses to enrollments with respect to changing incomes and prices.

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Since independence, many nations in Sub-Saharan Africa have undertaken huge steps in expanding formal education. In many countries, free primary education has substantially increased both male and female enrollment rates to 82% and 70% respectively (1998 estimates). In contrast, the respective figures for secondary education enrollment rates are 29% and 24%. This is also accompanied by a growing disillusionment among political spheres regarding the actual benefits of a formal education. In order to decipher the intricacies of education enrollment and aid policy makers, this paper examines the responsiveness of female and male school enrollment rates to income and price in a sample of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa using 1970 to 1995 data. A cross comparison between the Sub-Saharan Africa sample and the world indicates similar responses to enrollments with respect to changing incomes and prices.

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