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Southern region: Education Ministry’s branch calls for integrated efforts as regards promoting literacy

The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region has called for integrated efforts on the part of Administrative and PFDJ branches as well as members of the regional Assembly as regards promoting literacy. It made the call at the respective meetings in Mendefera, Emni-Haili and Mai-Mine sub-zones conducted with a view to assessing the impact of Adult Education Program.

Mendefera, 07 December 2013 – The Education Ministry’s branch in the Southern region has called for integrated efforts on the part of Administrative and PFDJ branches as well as members of the regional Assembly as regards promoting literacy. It made the call at the respective meetings in Mendefera, Emni-Haili and Mai-Mine sub-zones conducted with a view to assessing the impact of Adult Education Program.

Presenting a report at the meeting in Mendefera city, Mr. Eyesusbirhan Mobae, coordinator of the Program in the region, indicated that more than 200 mothers have been perusing learning in 12 stations rendering service in Saho and Tigrinya languages. He further called on stakeholders to enhance integrated endeavors for the realization of the cherished goal.

In the same vein, Mr. Yacob Tsegai, head of the Ministry’s branch in Mendefera sub-zone, said that sustained effort and individual commitment are of paramount importance in this regard, and called on Area administrators to enhance role in the promotional activities thereof.

Also speaking at the meeting, Mr. Abraham Hagos, Administrator of Mendefera sub-zone, stated that literacy is an irreplaceable factor in national development, and hence the vitality of such program.

Mr. Russom Gebrehiwet, head of the Ministry’s branch in Mendefera sub-zone, disclosed that free learning materials would be extended to the participants of the Program in Emni-Haili sub-zone.

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