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Illiteracy eradication in the Northern Red Sea Administrative Region has increased by 48% as a result of intensive efforts and the establishment of more literacy centers.

Massawa, 09 September 2015-  Illiteracy eradication in the Northern Red Sea Administrative Region has increased by 48% as a result of intensive efforts and the establishment of more literacy centers.  This news was announced at an event held in Afabet on September 8 in connection with International Literacy Day.

Mr. Gebrezgi Dimam, Director General of Adult Education and Media, said that illiteracy eradication is an integral component of ensuring social justice.  Mr. Gebrezgi noted that progress made in the Region was commendable and urged for sustained efforts to ensure full success of the program nationwide and especially in remote areas of the country.

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