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close this bookFactors Affecting Female Participation in Education in seven Developing Countries - Education research paper No. 09 (DFID, 1993, 96 p.)
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D. Conclusion

While acknowledging that our study confirms the near universal, and especially in rural areas, deeply rooted incidence of female disadvantage in education, the researchers would also wish to mention the numerous efforts being made in all case countries to confront the problem. We hope that the recommendations made above will be helpful in maintaining and increasing the effort to assist increased female participation, especially at primary and secondary level, and we would like to see more research carried out with a view to supporting this objective.