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Title: Science and Technology Education: A Key to Poverty Eradication in Nigeria
Authors: Josiah, Mcmillan Mafulul
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Journal of Teacher Perspective
Series/Report no.: Vol. 7;No.1; Pp 82-89
Abstract: The living standard in Nigeria can be classified as being below the poverty line, by many indices. Most Nigerian families hardly have access to three balanced diets a day. Majority live in crowded, poorly ventilated houses, not affording even the basic necessities of life. Since science and technology is the bedrock for national development, any nation that lacks adequate scientific and technological knowledge will definitely remain in poverty. This paper, therefore, examines science and technology and how knowledge of such concepts can be useful in alleviating, if not eradicating, poverty in Nigeria.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3386
ISSN: 2006-0173
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