Theses on basic education and village development in Black Africa
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-strengthening the political consciousness of the rural population by way of information on their rights and dutiesvis-à-vis the state and its institutons;
-providing more detailed knowledge about the institutions at government and non-government level which are contributing towards development; and
-enabling the population groups concerned to draw on these institutions in order to change their own local conditions.
On the whole it is reasonable to assume that reforms initiated in the field of basic education are likely considerably to broaden attitudes towards integrated development programmes and thereby create the preconditions for successful improvements in rural areas.
KeywordsRural Area Development Programme Local Condition Working Condition Population Group
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