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EDUCATION FOR RURAL TRANSFORMATION (ERT) NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES        
subjects:  Education and Training Planning Tools              
levels and types of education: Higher education, Life long learning, Tertiary education              
VINAYAGUM CHINAPAH
INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION, STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY _
STOCKHOLM, 2011
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English
Any attempt to readdress our world‘s increasing inequity, poverty and widening human development disparities is possible through access to relevant, equitable and effective education of our rural people. Chapter two of this book "Strengthening the links between education, training and objectives related to food security. How a capacity development perspective will help". is written by Ingemar Gustafsson and Lavinia Gasperini The chapter underlines the close correlation between poverty and lack of education, including adult literacy in both rural and urban areas. This correlation is stronger in rural areas.
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