|Slow progress for literacy in Senegal|
afrol News - Still, more than half of Senegalese adults are illiterate, new data show. Despite massive investments in literacy programmes since 1990, progress is only slow. Limited funding and quick population growth makes the task difficult.
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|The Mangroves |
an undervalued ecosystem
afrol News - Historically classified "unhealthy wastelands" or "useless swamps" by development-eager authorities and businesses, the mangrove forests actually are one of the most fascinating resources in tropical Africa. The trees manage to live on the edge between flooding rivers, tidal waves intruding with salt water and the drylands, where they create new land and environs rich in fish, birds, wood and other resources. Finally, their value is being discovered.
From Negritude to Realism
afrol News - The wave of prices the Francophone writers, both African and Caribbean, have been winning the last years, has placed their works in the focus of world literature. Renovation seemingly is the most eye-catching they have achieved. Follow their way from the "Negritude" movement to modern realism.
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