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Dates and Place15 December 2006 - 15 December 2007
Twinning between the Association des Parents d'Ã©lÃ¨ves du LycÃ©e de Ferney-Voltaire et the Association des parents d'Ã©lÃ¨ves du LycÃ©e de Fougou, Republic of Guinea, sending of sending of textbooks.
1) Located in the Fouta Jalon, in Middle Guinea, the Village of Fougou was organized into an Administrative Cercle (Sub-Prefecture) in 1976. Since 1990, the village is the capital of the Rural Community of Development (CRD) which bears its name. The area suffers from extreme isolation. It is related to the Prefecture of Mali, Administrative Region of LabÃ©. It is a mountainous region where the roads are cruelly lacking.
2) Secondary education lasts for 7 years in Guinea and is comprised of two cycles: the first secondary cycle of 4 years, including from the 7th to the 10th year of schooling;
and the second secondary cycle of 3 years, from the 11th to the final year with three cycles of social sciences, applied sciences and mathematical sciences. The completion of these two cycles leads respectively to the BEPC and the Baccalaureate.
For the last decade, the Guinean educational system has experienced an important quantitative and qualitative expansion. The basic rate of schooling passed from 34% in 1991 to 72% in 2002. At the secondary level, the rates also
The assistance granted to education, both bilaterally and multilaterally dealt to a great extent other domains of teaching (basic education, higher education).
7 teachers reside locally; the others are freelance coming from Mali-Center to ensure the teaching of certain disciplines. The main teacher has accommodation within the school.
Posted: 2007-1-20 Updated: 2011-10-29