Youth tales: aspirations in Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria, told in comics

The purpose of this research, other than the findings of the report, is to explore popular narrative media and structure, both in terms of structure, contents and themes and evolve a methodology by which current paper of research data can be put together in a manner similar to other pop-content.

Youth tales: aspirations in Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria, told in comics

Maslina M. MokhtarRMS, Nigeria

Avijit DasIndusglyphs, India

“Only a knife knows what the inside of a coco-yam looks like.” West African proverb

THE POWER OF AN IDEA LIES IN ITS COMMUNICATION

CIA World Factbook, Country Reports United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Unblocking the Blockages: Challanges for Nigerian Education Mobolaji Ogunsanya, Journal of Developing Societies, Vol. 20, No. 1–2, 79–88 (2004) Department of Educational Management, University of Ibadan, Lagos, Nigeria, Ghana, 1997 USAID – Country Strategic Plan-Focus on economic growth (trade, microfinance, tourism, and energy); health (reproductive health/child survival, mother and child health care, and HIV/AIDS prevention); primary education (community involvement, teaching improvement, better management); and democratic governance (civil society and local government, anti-corruption, and parliamentary systems) UNESCO, Information Services and Database, UNESCO launched the Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet) in 1953. As of September 2005, it includes over 7 793 educational institutions, ranging from pre-school education to teacher training in 175 countries.

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