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Namibia - MoE Sector Policy on Inclusive Education, 2013

The Sector Policy on Inclusive Education is a medium for attaining accessible, equitable and sound education for all through efficiency, democracy and solid advocacy for lifelong learning.


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Regional Education analysis for Namibia, 2013

The Regional Education Analysis provides high level analytical overview of access to and learning outcomes at primary and junior secondary levels in Namibia.



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Improving Quality and Equity in Education in Namibia: A Trend Gap Analysis, 2011

The Namibia Education Management Information System (EMIS) annually generates a lot of data that are rarely analysed and used for decision making. This document is therefore intended to present an analysis of trends of progress in key education indicators based on EMIS data and has highlighted critical gaps that need to be addressed in order to achieve quality and equity in education in Namibia. 


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Evaluation counselling services schools, 2010

This report presents the findings of a UNICEF funded research project commissioned by the Ministry of Education of Namibia to evaluate counselling services in schools. The research focused on three regions of Namibia, namely, Khomas, Kunene and Oshana. 


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Improving civic participation of the Youth in Namibia through the use of mobile phones and engagement through a Study Circle program in schools

In November 2009, Namibia took part in celebrating the 20th year of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). One of the core principles of the CRC is to ensure the state’s devotion to the best interest of the child, which can be realised through ensuring the rights of all children and youth to participate in all activities that matter in their lives. 


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