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Northern Red Sea region: Meeting assesses achievements in Adult Education Program

An assessment meeting conducted in Massawa took note of the encouraging achievements registered in Adult Education Program in the Northern Red Sea region.

Massawa, 4 January 2010 – An assessment meeting conducted in Massawa took note of the encouraging achievements registered in Adult Education Program in the Northern Red Sea region.

A report presented at the meeting indicated that literacy rate among men reached 63.7% and 56.3% among females, while the percentage in the sub-zones of Massawa and Ginda is much better than  is the case with the rest of the sub-zones. The meeting also took note of the negative impact of failure of grouping villages in one community in efforts to eradicate illiteracy. 

The director general of social services in the region, Mr. Tesfai Tekle, pointed out that reliable infrastructure facilities are being put in place so as to expand equitable educational opportunities. In this connection, he underlined the paramount importance of grouping scattered villages in one community as regards the expansion of social service. He also called on parents to send their children to school.

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