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|Who benefits from public spending on higher education in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa?
||Sonia, Ilie; Pauline R
|Adequate funding of higher education.
|What is Research and Teaching in African Higher Education for? A Deconstruction of Policies in Three African Universities
||Nakabugo, Mary Goretti
|Creating science and technology information databases for developing and sustaining Sub-Saharan Africa's indigenous knowledge
|Achieving sustainable development through women's leadership positions in higher institutions.
||Okecha, R.E.; Idogho, P.O.
|Transforming higher education system in Nigeria for sustainable development.
||Olaleye, Adedayo O.
|Economic significance of clothing and textiles education in tertiary institutions for sustainable development in Nigeria.
||Chinwe, Obunadike Joy
|University education for sustainable national development: implications for university leadership, management and society.
|Capacity building of teachers challenges and opportunities: implication for educational sustainable development.
|Education for sustainable development: implications for university managers, Government and the private sector in Uganda.
||Baligidde, H. Samuel; Ssempebwa, Jude
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