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Dak Nong programme ends female illiteracy

Update: December, 01/2014 - 14:07
The women were taught by teachers from the Kim Dong Primary School, as part of the primary education universalisation programme. — Photo tinmoitruong
DAK NONG (VNS) — Two literacy classes, organised for the ethnic minorities in Dak Mil district in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong, have succeeded in eliminating illiteracy among ethnic women.

Jointly organised by the district women's union and education department since the beginning of the year, the three-month-long evening classes attracted 100 local women, aged between 15 and 50, from the Tay and Nung ethnic minority groups in Long Son commune.

The women were taught by teachers from the Kim Dong Primary School, as part of the primary education universalisation programme.

Following the completion of their courses, the ethnic women are able to read news and articles in newspapers, thus understanding and learning about the good economic models developed by other ethnic groups in the country. — VNS

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