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Senegal is one of the ten countries in Africa where over half of the adults are illiterate. Launched in January 2012 for a two year period, the project aims to improve access to education for 40,000 neo-literate and illiterate women aged 15 - 55 years.
It offers quality literacy programmes in national languages and French using the Internet, mobile phones and CD/DVD, and opened 260 classes, in 2012, for about 4,000 illiterate women.
In terms of management, the National Literacy Directorate (DALN) and the National Centre for Educational Resources (NWRC) were able to test their ability to effectively manage education sector resources.
Local communities were mobilized and gave substantial support to the project (in-kind donations, wage increases, and purchase of computer equipment).
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About 38 percent of adults in sub-Saharan Africa, or 153 million people, lack the writing and basic numeracy skills they need in their daily lives.
The project runs in the seven regions most affected by illiteracy (Diourbel, Fatick, Kédougou, Matam, Saint-Louis, Tambacounda and Dakar).
The funds for this project, amounting to 0,000, were provided by UNESCO and Procter & Gamble (Always) to the Government of Senegal.
Classes were launched in April 2012, under the slogan "Re-write the future", in partnership with a variety of stakeholders; government, local education authorities, civil society as well as the private sector.
PAJEF supports the needs of learners in existing literacy centres as well as in new ones opened as part of the project.