Education, Skills and Learning

Education: Girls are catching up with boys in sub-Saharan Africa

The gender gap in the system of education in Africa is reducing. Image: Unsplash/Doug Linstedt

Martin Armstrong
Data Journalist, Statista
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Education in Africa: Participation in education is still an issue with room for improvement in sub-Saharan Africa.
Education in Africa: Participation in education is still an issue with room for improvement in sub-Saharan Africa. Image: Statista
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