Second opportunities for women in rural Malawi.
In: Gender Equality and Female Empowerment in Malawi, 01 Nov 2011, Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Across Malawi’s rural schools there is a disproportionately high percentage of female pupil drop outs. Only 10% of the primary children are being taught by female teachers, and a low number of suitably qualified female applicants are registering on teacher training courses. Such slim representation demonstrates the extent of gender inequality both at a pupil, and also teacher level.
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