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|Women in higher education management: the Nigerian context
||Williams, Grace Alele
|Change and transformation in Ghana's publicly funded univerisites: a study of experiences, lessons and opportunities
||Manuh, Takyiwaa; Gariba, Sulley; Budu, Joseph
|Female participation in African universities: issues of concern and possible action
||Masanja, Verdiana; Karega, Regina; Kasente, Deborah; Mboya, Mary; Kadi, Alzouma; Simelane, Nomcebo; Nyamu, Florence
|Gender distribution of teaching staff and students at the Kamuzu College of Nursing, Malawi 1979-2001
||Muula, Adamson; Nyasulu,Yohane; Msiska, Gladys
|Gender and research attainment in Nigerian agricultural universities
||Oloruntoba, Abayomi; Ajayi, Michael Tunde
|Who are we missing? Teacher graduate production in South Africa, 1995-2006
||Paterson, Andrew; Arends, Fabian
|Gender disparity in education: an Eritrean perspective.
|Gender disparities in the output of graduates from Nigerian universities 1990 to 2000: implications for national development.
||Ilusanya, Gboyega; Oyebade, Stephen A.
|Postgraduate studies in Africa: the looming crisis
||Tetty, Wisdom J
|Hear our voices!: women and the transformation of South African higher education
||Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng
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