Northern Red Sea region: Call made for integrated efforts on the part of stakeholders as regards giving impetus to adult education
The Administration of the Northern Red Sea region has called for integrated efforts on the part of stakeholders as regards giving impetus to Adult Education Program.
Massawa, 25 December 2013 – The Administration of the Northern Red Sea region has called for integrated efforts on the part of stakeholders as regards giving impetus to Adult Education Program. It made the call at a meeting conducted on the 22nd and 23rd of this month, during which Mr. Tesfai Tekle, Head of social service in the region, noted the significance of joint venture pertaining to ensuring the cherished goal.
Mr. Reshid Mohammed Osman, Head of the branch office, pointed out that stepped-up endeavor would be made in this regard in line with the conviction that the program has significant impact in the nation-building process. He further disclosed that the current number of active adult education stations stands at 50, and that 90% of the participants comprise females.
In the course of the meeting, Mr. Tiquabo Aymut, Head of planning and curriculum development for Adult Education Program, gave briefings focusing on the pace of the program at national level vis-à-vis related issues, including the plan mapped out until the year 2015.
The participants conducted extensive discussion on the agenda items and put forth views on a number of issues.
In closing remarks, Mr. Gebrezgi Dimam, Head of adult education and media in the Ministry, stated that the views put forth at the meeting are of vital importance at national level. More efforts would be made in a bid to giving added momentum to the progress of the program’s implementation, he elaborated.