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Country needs 1,564,000 Adult Literacy Centers during 2018-2025 to achieve 90 pc literacy rate.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan requires to establish a total of 1,564,000 Adult Literacy and 211,375 Non-Formal Centers during the years 2018-2025 to achieve 90 percent literacy rate by the year 2025.

This was revealed by the data compiled by UNESCO and National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) for developing National Plan of Action for Literacy (2018-2025).

A total of 118,500 Adult Literacy Centers require to be established during the year 2018, 181,125 in 2019, 185,625 in 2020, 189,000 in 2021, 192,375 in 2022, 196,875 in 2023, 295, 750 in 2024 and 204,750 in the year 2025.

The country needed to establish 625,600 public sector Basic Literacy Centers during 2018-2025, 156,400 private sector centers, 312,800 Functional literacy cum-skill based learning centers, 156,400 Each One Teach One Programme , 156, 400 Community Learning Centers plus three level literacy centers and 156,400 Literacy Centers by Deeni Madaris.

While out of 211, 375 Non Formal Centers required to cater the needs, 19,750 requires to be established in the year 2018, 30,188 in 2019, 30,938 in 2020, 31,500 in 2021, 32,063 in 2022, 32, 813 in 2023 and 34,125 in the year 2024.

The data was compiled under the efforts of developing National Plan of Action to achieve the objects of improving literacy on the directions of Planning Commission.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Oct 16, 2017
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