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Progress Achieved towards

Illiteracy Eradication (1997-2007)

Year

Illiteracy Rate

Males

Females

1418H. / 1997

22.40

12.03

32.81

1419H. / 1998

20.92

10.54

31.32

1420H. / 1999

19.47

9.10

29.85

1421H. / 2000

18.65

8.77

28.53

1422H. / 2001

17.76

8.41

27.10

1423H. / 2002

16.89

8.08

25.68

1424H. / 2003

16.03

7.77

24.27

1425H. / 2004

15.17

7.47

22.85

1426H. / 2005

14.03

7.9

20.9

1427H. / 2006

14.0

7.6

20.6

1428H. / 2007

13.7

7.3

20.2

Table (2) illiteracy rate for years (1418H. / 1997 to 1428H./2007)

2/6 Budget: The state spends on adult education programmers' about (200) million Riyals annually or equivalent to (54) million dollars and the disposal of this budget is as the following:

  • Allowances for workers in the field of adult education and illiteracy eradication .

  • Incentives for researchers and students in the literacy programs and adult education.

  • Added to this budget what is spent on school equipment such as buildings, textbooks and

teaching aides.

2/7 Direct and Indirect incentives in Adult Education: Believing in the importance of incentives in supporting the programs of adult education and illiteracy eradication , the state has provided a number of incentives such as:

  • a.

    Granted able to pass literacy programs informal SR (1000).

  • b.

    A student who can end the formal literacy program is given a reward of (1000) SR.

  • c.

    A student is given a school certificate for passing literacy community program through a literacy projects is given the primary stage certificate when he finishes the regular program of illiteracy eradication successfully.

  • d.

    The illiterate who has passed the primary stage is given the chance to join both secondary and intermediate stages for the adults. Special targets are characterized by both real funding and flexibility. The state facilitated the procedures of spending on these programs. They were characterized by flexibility and following up the illiterates in the place of their presence. The adult education system issued in 1392 gave the society the chance to participate in financing illiteracy eradication programs and providing rewards and incentives through the participation of ministries, government dep. And private institutions and opening the war of volunteering for individuals and institutions.

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