Empowering women and families through literacy in Nepal

Manandhar, Udaya; Leslie, Keith
June 1994
Convergence;1994, Vol. 27 Issue 2/3, p102
Academic Journal
Studies the significance of Nepal's literacy program in empowering its women and families. Background on Nepal's literacy program; Gender inequalities in Nepalese society; Literacy rate in Nepal; Role of the SC/US literacy program; Effect of literacy on women's power and prestige; Innovations on Nepal's literacy programs.


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