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Conference paperColy, Sylvie; Gomez, Pierre (eds.) (2015)
La Gambie: actes du colloque international organisé par la Faculté des lettres et sciences de l'Université de Gambie du 7 au 9 novembre 2012
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Études africaines, Série littérature. 287p.

BookPhillott-Almeida, Ralphina A. (2014)
A panoramic portrait of the contribution of Gambian women to national social, political and economic development, 1880-2014
Banjul, Gambia: Ralphina A. Phillott-Almeida. 138p.

BookWare, Rudolph T. (2014)
The walking qur'an: islamic education, embodied knowledge, and history in West Africa
North Carolina: The University of North Carolina Press. Islamic civilization & Muslim networks. 330p.

Periodical articleFoltz, Jeremy D.; Gajigo, Ousman (2012)
See this publicationAssessing the returns to education in The Gambia
Abstract presentJournal of African Economies. Volume 21 #4. p. 580-608.

Periodical articleSillah, B.M.S (2012)
See this publicationAn analysis of efficiency in Senior Secondary Schools in the Gambia 2006-2008: educational inputs and production of credits in English and Mathematics subjects
Africa Education Review. Volume 9 #1. p. 86-104.

Periodical articleKah, Muhammadou M.O.; Kah, Jainaba M.L. (2010)
Capacity building: a stakeholder-university partnership framework for The Gambia (work in progress)
Abstract presentAfrican Administrative Studies. #74. p. 1-24.

BookDiouf, Mamadou; Leichtman, Mara A. (eds.) (2009)
New perspectives on Islam in Senegal: conversion, migration, wealth, power, and femininity
Abstract presentNew York: Palgrave MacMillan. 285p.

BookMinistry of Basic and Secondary Education (MOBSE). Directorate of Basic and Secondary Education, Banjul (2009)
See this publicationThe special needs education and inclusive policy framework 2009-2015
Banjul: Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education (MOBSE). 41p.

Book chapterEbron, Paulla A. (2007)
Constituting Subjects through Performative Acts
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 171-190.

Periodical articleKea, Pamela (2007)
See this publicationGirl farm labour and double-shift schooling in The Gambia: the paradox of development intervention
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 41 #2. p. 258-288.

Periodical articleBellagamba, Alice (2006)
See this publicationBefore it is Too Late: Constructing an Archive of Oral Sources and a National Museum in Independent Gambia
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 52 #4. Summer. p. 29-52.

Periodical articleChant, S.; Jones, G.A. (2005)
Youth, Gender and Livelihoods in West Africa: Perspectives from Ghana and The Gambia
Children's Geographies. Volume 3 #2. p. 185-200.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

Periodical articleCosta Dias, Eduardo (2004)
Da escola corânica tradicional à escola Arabi: um simples aumento de qualificação do ensino muçulmano na Senegâmbia?
Cadernos de Estudos Africanos. #7-8. p. 125-155.

Book chapterDaun, H.; Okuma-Nyström, M.K.; Sane, A. (2004)
Islamic, secular or both: The struggle over education in West Africa
In: Daun, H.; Walford, G. (eds.), Educational strategies among Muslims in the context of globalization: Some national case studies. Leiden: Brill. p. 165-185.

Dissertation / thesisSaperstein, Allyson (2004)
A Summary of the Girls Education Initiative in the Gambia, West Africa
M.A. Thesis: University of Denver, Aurora, Colorado. 94p.

BookManion, Caroline J. (2003)
Gender and academic choice in national capacity-building: the case of the University of the Gambia
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 142p.

BookOkuma-Nyström, M.K. (2003)
God turns the chapter and everything changes: Children's socialization in two Gambian villages
Stockholm: Stockholm University, Institute of International Education. Studies in comparative and international education 63. 229p.

BookOkuma-Nyström, Michiyo Kiwako (2003)
God turns the chapter and everything changes: children's socialization in two Gambian villages
Stockholm: Institute of International Education. Studies in comparative and international education #63. 229p.

Dissertation / thesisYamundow, Jaye (2001)
Equal Educational Opportunity in the Gambia: A Study of Gambian Women's Views of Education and Strategies Used to Overcome Barriers to Gender Equity in Education
Ed.D. Dissertation: University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. 92p.

Dissertation / thesisYamundow, Jaye (2001)
Equal Educational Opportunity in the Gambia: A Study of Gambian Women's Views of Education and Strategies Used to Overcome Barriers to Gender Equity in Education
Ed.D. Dissertation: University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. 92p.

Dissertation / thesisBakarr, Frances K. (1999)
Factors That Affect Girls' Access to Basic Education in the Rural Areas of the Gambia
Ph.D. dissertation: Columbia University Teachers College, New York, New York. 250p.

Periodical articleBarrett, Hazel R.; Browne, Angela (1996)
See this publicationHealth, Hygiene and Maternal Education: Evidence from The Gambia
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 43 #11. December. p. 1579-1590.

Periodical articleGaye, A.S. (1996)
Women in the educational system and the education process in the Gambia
UNESCO-Africa: Quarterly Journal of the Regional Office in Dakar. #13. September. p. 22-32.

BookWorld Bank (1995)
The Gambia: Why Gambian Households Underinvest in Education of Girls
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Country Economic and Sector Reports #14536. 23p.

BookWorld Bank (1995)
Rural Women in the Sahel and Their Access to Agricultural Extension Sector Study: Overview of Five Country Studies
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Africa Region, Western Africa Department, Agriculture and Environment Division, Report #13532. June. 86p.

Periodical articleCoyne, Geoffrey (1994)
Education Reforms in the Gambia
African Studies Association of Australia and the Pacific Newsletter. Volume 16. June. p. 14-19.

BookO'Reilly de Brun, M. (1994)
Tender Shoots: A Case Study of Community Mobilization and Response to Problems of Girls' Education in Gambia
Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

BookGambia. Central Statistics Department (1993)
Statistical Abstract of the Gambia, 1992
Banjul: Central Statistics Department. May. 43p.

BookKane, E.; O (1993)
Bitter Seeds: Girls' Participation in Primary Education in the Gambia
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Population and Human Resources Division, Africa-Sahelian Department.

Conference paperKane, Thomas T.; Thome, Marcio; Ignegonba, Keumaye; Sokona, Ousman; Debuysscher, Rose (1991)
The Micro-Consequences of Family Size and Structure on the Socio-Economic Wellbeing of Adolescents and Young Adults in Greater Banjul, The Gambia
Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), March 21-23, 1991, Washington, DC, Alexandria, Virginia.

Periodical articleLeigh-Doyle, Sue (1991)
Increasing Women's Participation in Technical Fields: A Pilot Project in Africa
International Labour Review. Volume 130 #4. p. 427-444.

BookGambia. Central Statistics Department (CSD) (1990)
Population and Housing Census, 1983. Volume Five: Indicators on Gambian Women
Banjul, Gambia: Ministry of Economic Planning and Industrial Development. CSD. June. 28p.

BookOdugbesan, Felicia A. (1990)
Women in Technical Education, Training and Jobs: Africa, Western Regional Report
Geneva: International Labour Office. Training Policies Branch. 71p.

Book chapterSkinner, D.E. (1990)
Islam, education and politics in West Africa
Abstract presentProceedings of the fifth Birmingham Sierra Leone Studies Symposium, 15th-17th July 1988, Fircroft College, Birmingham. Birmingham: Centre of West African Studies, University of Birmingham. p. 133-138.

BookReed, Sheila; Paris, Sherilyn (1989)
Income Generation and Money Management: How to Train Gambian Women
Banjul: U.S. Peace Corps-Gambia. September. 56p.

Periodical articleSarr, M.L. (1988)
The role of technology in a non-formal education programme in The Gambia
Abstract presentEducafrica: Bulletin of the Unesco Regional Office for Education in Africa. #14. p. 188-201.

Periodical articleFiah, S. (1987)
Training for rural development: the Gambia experience
Abstract presentThe Community Development Journal: An International Journal for Community Workers. Volume 22 #4. p. 322-332.

Periodical articleZvandasara, P. (1987)
See this publicationPrimary school children's knowledge of health and illness in the Gambia: its implication for teaching children about disease
Abstract presentJournal of Tropical Pediatrics. Volume 33 #2. p. 110-112.

Periodical articleBrown, Norma; Okojie, Paul (1986)
Social Experience in Gambia
Journal of African Marxists. #9. July. p. 43-63.

BookRichmond, Edmun B. (1986)
A Comparative Survey of Seven Adult Functional Literacy Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa
Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. 107p.

Dissertation / thesisSnyder, Leslie B. (1986)
Learning and Acting in a Health Communication Campaign: Teaching Rural Women to Prevent Infant Dehydration through Diarrheal Disease Control in The Gambia, West Africa
Ph.D. dissertation: Stanford University, Stanford, California. 202p.

Periodical articleWright, Donald R. (1985)
See this publicationBeyond Migration and Conquest: Oral Traditions and Mandinka Ethnicity in Senegambia
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 12. p. 335-348.

Periodical articleSkinner, David E. (1983)
Islamic Education and Missionary Work in the Gambia, Ghana and Sierra Leone during the 20th Century
Bulletin on Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa. Volume 1 #4. October. p. 5-24.

Periodical articleWright, Donald R. (1982)
See this publicationCan a Blind Man Really Know an Elephant? Lesson on the Limitations of Oral Tradition from Paul Irwin's 'Liptako Speaks'
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 9. p. 303-323.

Periodical articleWright, Donald R. (1978)
See this publicationKoli Tengela in Sonko Traditions of Origin: An Example of the Process of Change in Mandinka Oral Tradition
Abstract presentHistory in Africa. Volume 5. p. 257-271.

Periodical articleCurtin, Philip D. (1975)
See this publicationThe Uses of Oral Tradition in Senegambia: Maalik Sii and the Foundation of Bundu
Abstract presentCahiers d'études africaines. Volume 15 #58. p. 189-202.

Book chapterFisher, H.J. (1975)
The modernisation of Islamic education in Sierra Leone, Gambia and Liberia: Religion and language
Abstract presentIn: Conflict and Harmony in Education in Tropical Africa. p. 187-199.

Book chapterSanneh, L.O. (1975)
The Islamic education of an African child: Stresses and tensions
Abstract presentIn: Conflict and Harmony in Education in Tropical Africa. p. 168-186.

Periodical articleSmith, Rennie (1932)
Education in British Africa. Parts One and Two
Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 31 #122. January. p. 54-76.

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