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Illiteracy eradication program in Central region being stepped up

About 213 mothers in the North-west sub-zone, Central region,   who have been following illiteracy eradication program for six-months graduated yesterday. The mothers who are now able to read and write are from the administrative areas of Mai-Temenai, Edaga-Hamus and Akria.
Asmara, 12 July 2010 – About 213 mothers in the North-west sub-zone, Central region,   who have been following illiteracy eradication program for six-months graduated yesterday. The mothers who are now able to read and write are from the administrative areas of Mai-Temenai, Edaga-Hamus and Akria.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the head of Adult Education Program in the sub-zone, Mr. Gezai Haile, stressed the need for exerting coordinated endeavors on the part of the society at large so as to eradicate illiteracy. 

He further indicated that about 106 mothers participated in the 1st grade, while 69 and 38 mothers took part in the 2nd and 3rd grades in the 2009/2010 academic year. Mr. Gezai commended Mai-Temenai administrative area for its exemplary supervision of the program.

The head of Adult Education in the region, Mr. Gilazgi Berhe, congratulated the graduating batch and called on administrative areas to enhance their participation in the program.

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