A seminar on Home Economics development for English-speaking African countries opened in Addis Ababa last Monday with representatives from 16 nations attending.
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Background: A seminar on Home Economics development for English-speaking African countries opened in Addis Ababa last Monday with representatives from 16 nations attending.
The primary purpose of the seminar is to assist home economists and policy level personnel in planning home economics programmes which will add to the modernisation process.
Funded by the Swedish International Development Authority, the seminar was organised by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation, the U.N. Economic Commission for Africa and the Ethiopian Organising Committee.
Delegates attending the session will take part in lectures and make field trips to rural development projects before the seminar ends on March 24.