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Gender and Development in Sudan(Statistics Investigation)

Gender and Development in Sudan(Statistics Investigation)

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Title: Gender and Development in Sudan(Statistics Investigation)
Author: Sara Khamis Elrayah, Awad
Abstract: This research is carried out for the comparison between males and females in the fields of education, employment and political participation. The research also studied the relation between the number of graduates and their employment chances. The data was collected from the Ministry of Education Ministry of High Education and Scientific Research, the Federal Committee of Public Job Center and the Ministry of Labour. The statistical analysis includes descriptive statistic, Independent Sample t. test and Co-Integration analysis. The computer programmes used for this analysis are SPSS and E-Views. The results of the analysis showed that the percentage of female and males are not equal in the Basic Education and in High Education were the percentage of males is higher than the percentage of females. But in Secondary Education there is no statistical evidence between the two percentage (males and females). Also the percentage of females and males are not equal in employment. Using the descriptive statistic we found gender inequality in political participation. Using co-Integration analysis we found there is no relation between numbers of University graduates and the annual available jobs. According to the above results a numbers of recommendation were suggested. First of which is to decrease the cost of education for parents, increase the salaries of teachers and explain the importance and advantages of female education. The equality of job opportunities for the two sexes
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/13292
Date: 2015-06-16


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