Youth tales: aspirations in Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria, told in comics
Maslina M. MokhtarRMS, Nigeria
Avijit DasIndusglyphs, India
“Only a knife knows what the inside of a coco-yam looks like.” West African proverb
THE POWER OF AN IDEA LIES IN ITS COMMUNICATIONCIA World Factbook, Country Reports United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Unblocking the Blockages: Challanges for Nigerian Education Mobolaji Ogunsanya, Journal of Developing Societies, Vol. 20, No. 1–2, 79–88 (2004) Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Lagos, Nigeria, Ghana, 1997 USAID – Country Strategic Plan-Focus on economic growth (trade, microfinance, tourism, and energy); health (reproductive health/child survival, mother and child health care, and HIV/AIDS prevention); primary education (community involvement, teaching improvement, better management); and democratic governance (civil society and local government, anti-corruption, and parliamentary systems) UNESCO, Information Services and Database, UNESCO launched the Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) in 1953. As of September 2005, it includes over 7 793 educational institutions, ranging from pre-school education to teacher training in 175 countries.