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Integrated efforts described vital to enhance students’ competence and participation

At a meeting conducted in Foro to assess the relationship among teachers, students and parents it was stressed that integrated efforts are vital to enhance student competence and participation in general and that of female students in particular.

Massawa, 27 February 2014- At a meeting conducted in Foro to assess the relationship among teachers, students and parents it was stressed that integrated efforts are vital to enhance student competence and participation in general and that of female students in particular.

Mr. Ismail Ali, Head of the Education Ministry’s branch in the sub-zone, indicated that as part of the efforts on the part of the Government to ensure fair distribution of schools in the remote parts of the country, there are 32 schools rendering educational services to 2,767 students out of which 1000 are females.

He further stated that as part of the efforts to eradicate illiteracy 37 literacy centers have been established, and called on parents to judiciously use the educational opportunities put in place in their respective areas.

The participants called for the establishment of libraries, organizing training programs to upgrade the capacity of teachers and conduct thorough follow-up to ensure school participation of female students.

Mr. Dawit Embaye, Administrator of the sub-zone, on his part stressed the significance of exerting strong efforts to nurture competitive students, and that they will augment efforts to ensure the participation of the public to this end.

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