PUL-I-ALAM (Pajhwok): The Ministry of Education (MoE) has started literacy training programme to 1,050 men and women with the support of HHOA in central Logar province, an official said on Sunday.
Logar Education Director Shahpour Arab told Pajhwok Afghan News this literacy program will kick off in the new education year.
He said 70 classes will be made in Mohammad Agha, Baraki Barak, Charkh, Kharwar, Azra districts and provincial capital Pul-i-Alam where illiterate men and women will be provided literacy education for nine months.
He said illiterate men and women who had been deprived of school education would be enrolled in these classes.
He said these classes would be established in district centres and villages and soon teachers would be recruited.
Abdul Raouf, the resident of Pul-i-Alam, said these types of programs were beneficial for the education of illiterate men and women.
He added it was the first time that such programmes had been lunched in the past two years.
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