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Federal Government Laments Nigeria’s Inability To Meet EFA Goal

The federal government has expressed worries that Nigeria may be unable to meet Education for All (EFA) goal 3 and 4 or at least reduce illiteracy by 50% by 2015.

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افتراضي Federal Government Laments Nigeria’s Inability To Meet EFA Goal

The Federal Government has expressed worries that Nigeria may be unable to Meet Education for All (EFA) Goal 3 and 4 or at least reduce illiteracy by 50% by 2015.

This disclosure was made by the Minister of State for Education, Barr. Nyesom Wike at the opening of a Workshop on Enhancing Public Private Partnership for Literacy yesterday in Abuja.

Wike said: “It has been postulated that Nigeria is one of the 12 countries that may or will not achieve the EFA literacy goals by 2015. The project on revitalising adult and youth literacy in Nigeria is the country’s very first effort to fund literacy programmes and project in favour of achieving EFA goals.

“Nigeria is perhaps the only E-9 country in sub-saharan Africa with serious challenges of turning around the illiteracy rate among the youth and adults by 2015 timeline in order to achieve EFA Goals 3 and 4 and the MDGs. Thus, the Public, Private Partnership is essential and expected to play active role in the Non formal Education sub sector.

The Non Formal Education sector is critical for national development. Education for all may not be achieved in the country without collaborative effort of the private sector.”

While reeling out the challenges before the country in reducing the 40 million adult illiterates in Nigeria, Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa’I said the problem of providing quality education to the non-formal sector especially at the grassroots is a huge task which requires a lot of awareness and sensitisation. She therefore called for participation from civil society groups and other stakeholders in tackling this challenge.

The workshop is said to be of the three activities Nigeria has committed itself to following the Abuja Framework of Action signed between Nigeria and UNESCO in June 2010.


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