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Universal basic education in Nigeria: can religious actors make a difference?
(Development Studies Association, 2016-09)
Following a period of sustained progress between the 1950s and 1970s, when the regional and federal governments in Nigeria implemented highly successful policies of free qualitative education, the education sector went on ...
Impact of social capital on preparedness and response to Boko Haram insurgency in Northeast Nigeria
(International Humanitarian Studies Association, 2016-03)
Boko Haram insurgency has precipitated humanitarian tragedy on a scale comparable to the Nigerian civil war (1967-1970) and arguably the worst of any man made or natural disaster in Nigeria's history. The Internal Displacement ...
Teach a man to fish : a case study of entrepreneurship education in conflict-ridden Maiduguri, Nigeria
The abduction in April 2014 of more than 250 school girls in Chibok, a small town near Maiduguri Nigeria, drew international attention to the scale of terror unleashed by the dreaded Boko Haram in the region. Stakeholders ...
Transferring Entrepreneurship Education knowledge in a conflict environment : Insights from Boko Haram Heartland
(Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 2016-10-27)
In this paper we use interview data to demonstrate the efficacy of training as a mechanism of knowledge transfer of entrepreneurship education within a conflict environment. In particular, we found that entrepreneurship ...