Kisoro Concern For

Adult Literacy Education (A.L.E)

Education has been regarded as the best tool for empowering communities, however to some extent, some people such as the indigenous minority batwa have no access at all, since 1991, when they were evicted from Mugahinga and Bwindi Gorilla National Parks, a few people from the Batwa Minority Ethnic Group have gone to school and completed a given level of education.

In our ALE program, we dwell much on teaching the batwa basic literacy skills such as reading, writing, calculations to make them know the economics of record keeping when they are trading with others. The batwa are taught in their local languages and in this program, we include the non batwa adults who also did not get chance of going to school so that they can also learn how to read and writing.

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