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A 10-Year Literacy/NFE Policy and Programme Framework Education is a key to development and an asset towards peace and social justice. It has a fundamental role to play in reducing poverty,exclusion, ignorance and conflict. Nepal is committed to Education for all, and its progress in primary education o...
UNESCO, (2000)
Literacy Status in Nepal (Literacy rate by age group 15 -24) The literacy rate status by age group 15 – 24 is analyzed in 84.7 percent for total in the country where as it is analyzed 80.2 percent for female and 89.9 percent for male in the country. #LiteracyStatusInNepal #LiteracyRate...
UNESCO, (2013)
Literacy Status in Nepal (Literacy Rate By Age Group 15 +) Literacy mapping can help us to better: (i) identify the priority target groups, ( ii) determine the kind of literacy programmes that can be most effective for each of these target groups; and ( iii) plan, organize and implement appro...
UNESCO, (2013)
Literacy Status in Nepal (Literacy Rate By Age Group 5 +) The literacy rate trend by age 5+ is seen little decreasing in 2011 in compare to previous CBS population survey 2001. The annual growth rate for literacy rate age 5+ is 1.2 percent and it implies that the overall literacy rate may not be reached at ...
UNESCO, (2013)
Why eat green cucumber at the time of dying? Women's Literacy and Development in Nepal - Anna Robinson-Pant. In many developing countries, literacy has been seen as the key to 'women's development' resulting in a proliferation of women's literacy programmes run by both Governments and Non Governmental Organisations. Nepal is one such example of a country wh...
UNESCO, (2000)
Reading the Past, Writing the Future: A Report on National Literacy Campaign and Literate Nepal Mission Nepal has a moderate literacy rate and hence has been facing many challenges in order to meet the requirements of skilled workforce which is required for sustainable development.Literacy is significant for psychological health, personal development a...
GoN, UNESCO, (2017)
Facebook Page Launched for International Literacy Day Celebration (05.08.2015 ) Highlights: 1. International Literacy Day is celebrated every year on 8 September 2015. This year, a Facebook page has been launched by UNESCO and the Non-formal Education Centre to provide a platform of discussion and sharing among the general publ...
UNESCO, (2015)
Happy International Literacy Day'17 #LiteracyDay [Youtube] [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j80lhwm-5kA [Abstract]- Digital technology has the power to reach the unreached and improve the quality of education. Happy International Literacy Day! शिक्षाको अवसरबाट बञ्चित समुदायसम्म यसको पहुँच र ग...
UNESCO, (2017)
The out-of-school children’s programme in Nepal:An analysis ; Strategies of education and training for disadvantaged groups Nepal has recognized primary education as a basic need of every child in the country and has been making efforts to provide access to school-age children through various programmes and achieve the goal of Education for All (EFA). Despite efforts such...
UNESCO, (2004)
Democracy, Gender Equality and Women’s Literacy: Experience from Nepal Nepal has in its history witnessed patriarchy, different forms of monarchy, and oligarchy. The culture thus shaped and nurtured hierarchical values and a gender based social construct. In 1951 the country introduced a parliamentary form of a democrat...
UNESCO, (2004)