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Empowering Women, Developing Society: Female Education in the Middle East and North Africa

Publication Date Jan 1, 1970

Abstract

Education is a key part of strategies to improve individuals' well-being and societies' economic and social development. In the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) (countries and territories included in the Middle East and North Africa as defined here are listed in Table 1), access to education has improved dramatically over the past few decades, and there have been a number of encouraging trends in girls' and women's education (see Figure 1). Primary school enrolment is high or universal in most MENA countries, and gender gaps in secondary school enrolment have already disappeared in several countries. Women in MENA countries are also more likely to enrol in universities than they were in the past.

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Middle East And North Africa Middle East And North Africa Countries Middle Africa Middle North North Africa Secondary School Enrolment Middle East Primary School Enrolment East Africa School Enrolment

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