Order!! Oya, Piccolo go on please. Dis thing important very well! Thanks. So like I said, literacy is not only a basic human right, it is important for learning and personal empowerment. It helps bring social and global progress. Tell me something!!! Even United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO ) says that literacy is important for economic sustainability, prosperity and peace of societies. Wonderment!! Meaning, literacy is a basis for lifelong learning. It is important to individuals, communities and societies and it helps the government to make good decisions in the areas of social, political and economic development. According to the UNESCO, about 775 million adults are illiterate; that means 1 in 5 adults are still not literate; and two-thirds of them are women. Worse still, 60.7 million children are out-of-school globally. Dat one too much… The UNESCO’s 2006 report shows that South and West Asia has the lowest regional adult literacy rate , followed by sub-Saharan Africa and the Arab States. Kata kata cartoon magazine 12
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