Partners for Progress: A Canada-Africa Venture in University Building
Michael Joseph Larsen, James H. Morrison
Fernwood Pub., 2006 - Social Science - 176 pages
An inspiring and instructive story, this book details the partnership between Saint Mary's University in Canada and the government of Gambia in the development of post-secondary education. Explained in-depth throughout this reference is how this collaboration led to the foundation of Gambia's first university, enabling it to provide vastly enhanced opportunities for higher learning and research to its citizens.
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Establishing an Internationally Recognized University Extension
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