Progress Achieved towards
Illiteracy Eradication (1997-2007)
Not to mention, 17 classrooms in eight different areas were hence opened, in which over 301 illiterate adult students were enrolled.
(5/2/3) Generalization Stage:
In this stage, a huge expansion of the project took place to cover all the rest of the kingdom areas. This was done in the second semester of the academic year 2002/2003, in which 528 students were joined-in, and 27 new classrooms were soon opened.
(5/2/4) Refinement Stage:
This stage aimed at declaring the Public Security sector illiteracy-free. A thorough survey to all those (550) remaining illiterate privates was made. Accordingly, this forth stage – refinement stage – was executed in the semester of the year 2003/2004, and 27 more classrooms were therefore opened.
Table (6): IFP Output in four-stage period applied in Public Security sector
(5/3) IFP for Border Guard:
(5/3/1) Project Plan Stage:
Similar to the case of the Public Security IFP, a preliminary plan had been compiled particularly designed for the Border Guard forces benefit, which was apt to their actual needs and capabilities, in order to obtain the sought after goals. Next, a course time was determined for the project to be carried out, together with the curricula scheme, textbooks, instructors, and all other project machineries. Both the (MOE and the Border Guard Head Command) have come to an agreement of commitment. In addition, the quality and quantity of the project’s output was submitted to proper follow-up and evaluation.