segunda-feira, 21 de maio de 2012

Rural education offers Morocco's women promise of a quiet revolution | Santorri Chamley | Global development | guardian.co.uk

Rural education offers Morocco's women promise of a quiet revolution | Santorri Chamley | Global development | guardian.co.uk:

Women in remote parts of Morocco are benefiting from a literacy scheme that also teaches civil rights, numeracy and beekeeping



Women's literacy in Morocco
Fatima Kadmire (left), one of the beneficiaries of the literacy programme for women in Beni Zuli. Photograph: Santorri Chamley
In a tiny classroom at the Maison de Citoyenneté support centre for the education of rural girls and women in Beni Zuli, an isolated village in Zagora, deep in south-eastern Morocco's Draa Valley, Fatima Kadmire is describing how learning to read and write is transforming her life.

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