Inclusion and Effectiveness in Adult Education and Orientation in Less Developed Countries: Case Study of Cameroon Posted on Saturday, January 01, 2011
Tandgyie Evani, Edmond Biloa, Sonny Roland Balinga
Concepts of Adult education and orientation remain conspicuously absent in the curriculum at all levels of education in Cameroon. This situation has obscured the understanding of complex efforts on connecting adult education to the increasing adoption of a widening range of educational services and mechanisms that would lead to more effective and adequate results .This paper sets to redefine adult education through the lens of Less Developed Countries (LDCs) in general and the Cameroon context in particular. The paper equally underscores the pertinence of the implementation of a twin-track scholarly and community approaches to speed up development in LDCs.