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|Gender distribution of teaching staff and students at the Kamuzu College of Nursing, Malawi 1979-2001
||Muula, Adamson; Nyasulu,Yohane; Msiska, Gladys
|Gender equity in students enrolment in the universities in Nigeria
||Onokala, P.C.; Onwurah, C.U.
|Structural changes and equal opportunity for all: a case study of the University of Dar es Salaam
||Masanja, Verdiana Grace
|Equity policies in higher education : a legal evaluation of institutional responses
|Gender and access in commonwealth higher education
|Pursuing gender equality in the African university
|Country profiles for Ghana and Tanzania: economic, social and political contexts for widening participation in higher education
||Morley, Louise; Lugg, Rosemary; Leach, Fiona
|Lost in liberalism: a case study of the disappearance of the gender agenda at a South African university
|Gender equity in commonwealth higher education: an examination of sustainable interventions in selected commonwealth universities
||Morley, Louise; Gunawardena, Chandra; Kwesiga, Joy; Lihamba, Amandina; Odejide, Abiola; Shackleton, Lesley; Sorhaindo, Annik
|Problems of seeding and harvesting higher education in postcolonial Ghana: historical antecedents and contemporary trends
||Akurang-Parry, Kwabena O.
|Achieving sustainable development through women's leadership positions in higher institutions.
||Okecha, R.E.; Idogho, P.O.
|Challenges and pressures facing the academic profession in South Africa
|Prospects for the development of higher education in Kenya
|Increasing access and equity in higher education: gender issues
|Donkeys of the university: organizational culture and its impact on South African women administrators
||Mabokela, Reitumetse Obakeng