Education

Literacy programs

Currently, two­­-thirds of the illiterate population in the world is women, adult as well as young girls. In spite of the important progress accomplished in terms of gender equality in education, the situation is still alarming. Fighting against this scourge is urgent and needs a worldwide effort to put this issue as priority.

   The way is still too long to achieve the goal of education for all including female population. In order to achieve the goal of women literacy it is necessary to identify the main methods and techniques and set up a program in order to succeed. This is to insure the quality and efficiency of non-formal literacy and education for women.

 

The World’s organizations, the international community and the different states deploy their efforts to improve the education of women.

Algeria has a little over 15 % illiterate. The sustainable actions are taken in different stages in order to stop ilitteracy  in the near future and integrate this fringe of society in the environment of progress and knowledge. National Office of Literacy and Adult Education and national associations such as IQRAA Association militate in this direction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education for All (EFA) of UNESCO

Education for all  is a global commitment and partnership which needs efforts from all the member states of the UNESCO to promote basic education for all children, youth and adults.

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The UNESCO Associated Schools Projects Network (ASPnet)

Founded in 1953, the UNESCO Associated Schools Projects Network (ASPnet), commonly referred to as UNESCO Associated Schools, is a global network of more than 9000 educational institutions all over the world. This network aims to promote ideals of the UNESCO in schools by working through education, in favor of promoting a culture of peace and respect of the Human Rights.

Read more: The UNESCO Associated Schools Projects Network (ASPnet)

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