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This is peppa pig!

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Transcript of This is peppa pig!

THIS IS PEPPA PIG!
HOW AND TO WHAT EXTENT HAS THE NGEI IN SOKOTO STATE (Northern Nigeria) BEEN EFFECTIVE AT MEETING ITS GOAL OF IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF WOMEN'S LIVES THROUGH SECONDARY EDUCATION SINCE ITS INTRODUCTION IN 2010?
Quantitative vs Qualitative
3987^12 + 4365^12 =4472^12
FROM UNGEI TO NGEI:
A Focus on Nigeria
UNGEI operates through national and regional chapters; and in Nigeria since 2005.
Focused on the Sokoto Region in Northern Nigeria - highest level of educational disparity by gender.
Existing data is only on a national level.
UNGEI: A Solution Made
to Measure
Started in 2000.
Operates to
"assist national governments as they fulfill their responsibility towards ensuring the rights to education and gender equality for all children..."
(UNGEI Mission Statement, 2008).
Operates by mobilising resources for targeted project interventions to affect systemic change.
Knowledge is Power
Educational programs provide empowerment to young women (Mill & Renault, 2014).
Not all women are able to access such an education; often due to failures by their state.
NGOs and IGOs have tried to fill the gaps.
No precisely directed remedy until UNGEI.
Intersectionality of disempowerment (Nnadi & Lombardo, 2003).
50% / 50%
TIMELINE
PHASE ONE
1.1
3 months research in Australia
.
1.2
2 months research in Sokoto, Nigeria
PHASE TWO
2.1
7 months conducting research in Sokoto
PHASE THREE
3.1
6 months in Australia analysing data, etc.
PHASE FOUR
4.1
3 months in Nigeria for reciprocal feedback
PHASE FIVE
1.1
3 months research in Australia
.
Do you agree/disagree with
Peppa Pig being on your pizza?
2 YEARS
i. "By 2015, all children complete primary schooling, with girls and boys
having equal access to all levels of education" (NGEI, 2008).
ii. To lead to an "improved quality of life for girls in Nigeria through a
collaborative, intersect oral approach to girls' education" (NGEI, 2008).
OBJECTIVE: To analyse the effectiveness of Nigeria's Girls Education Initiative (NGEI) goals:
ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS
1. Privilege
2. Consent
3. Best interests of the Child
Stage 1: Base position
Stage 2: Questionnaires
Stage 3: Interview
Alex, Chantelle, Hamish, Rebecca, Robina & Stephen
THE FEMBOTS
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