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United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Bangkok (Thailand). Regional Office for Education in Asia and Oceania. – 1979
Delegates from six countries (Bangladesh, Korea, India, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines) met in the Philippines in May-June 1979 at a UNESCO-sponsored conference to discuss development of productive skills through nonformal and alternative structures in education. The main part of the meeting was a series of reports of the nonformal…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adults, Economic Development, Educational Administration
Dacca Univ., Bangladesh. Inst. of Education and Research. – 1978
Bangladesh stresses the importance of education responsive to the country's development needs and capable of producing, through formal or non-formal methods, skilled, employable manpower. Although no pre-vocational training exists, new curricula have introduced practical work experience in the primary schools and have integrated agriculture,…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Agricultural Education, Community Attitudes, Curriculum Development
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Khan, Akhter Hameed – Convergence: An International Journal of Adult Education, 1986
The author describes his lifelong involvement in education, particularly in Bangladesh, including pilot projects for rural development, literacy, education of women and girls, health and family planning, village cooperatives, and a feeder school program. (SK)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Feeder Patterns, Health Education, Illiteracy
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Indian Journal of Adult Education, 1979
Describes many ecological, social, and economic problems of Bangladesh in order to show the need for development of nonformal education to increase productivity in agriculture and related industries. Describes nine nonformal education projects in various areas of rural development, cooperatives, extension services, and adult education. (MF)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Agricultural Education, Developing Nations, Dropouts