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Name: Mrs Florence Malinga
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EDUCATION FOR ALL
The Year 2000 Assessment
REPORT OF UGANDA

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I Descriptive Section

PREFACE

Summary.

01. Introduction

02. Progress towards EFA

03. Organisation of the report.

1. INTRODUCTION

1.0 EFA GOALS AND TARGETS.

1.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and Development Activities:

1.2 Universal Access to, and Completion of, Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

1.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

1.4 Reduction of Adult Illiteracy Rates

1.5 Expansion of Basic Education and Training in other essential skills required by Youth and Adults

1.6 Increased Acquisition by Individuals and Families of the Knowledge, Skills and Values Required for Better Living, made Through Education Channels.

2.0 EFA STRATEGIES AND PLANS for the six thematic areas

2.1 Expansion of Early Childhood Care and Development Activities (ECCD).

2.2 Universal Access to, and Completion of Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

2.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

2.4 Reduction of the Adult illiteracy rate

2.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills acquired by youth and adults.

2.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made through education channels.

3.0 EFA DECISION-MAKING AND MANAGEMENT.

4.0 COOPERATION IN EFA.

5.0 INVESTMENT IN EFA SINCE 1990

5.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and Development Activities.

5.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

 Public Expenditure

 Community and Family Expenditure

 Foreign Assistance

 New Investments

5.4 Reduction of the adult illiteracy rates.

    1. Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.
    2. Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made through education channels.

Part II Analytic Section

PROGRESS TOWARDS EFA GOALS AND TARGETS [1990 1999].

6.1 Expansion of Early childhood and development Activities.

6.1.1 Various qualitative factors and perceptions regarding the evolution of ECD Education in Uganda .

6.2 Universal Access to, and Completion of, Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

        Universal Access to, and Completion of, Primary Education : cont.

6.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

    Improvement in Learning Achievement : cont.

Surveys or Studies undertaken

6.4 Reduction of Adult Illiteracy Rates (Note: Illiteracy rates are on the Y-axis and years are on the X-axis.)

6.4.1 Training

6.4.2 Achievements since 1992

6.4.3 Expansion of the Functional Adult Literacy Programmes.

6.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

     Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults: cont.

6.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made through education channels.

7.0 EFFECTIVENESS OF THE EFA STRATEGY, PLAN AND PROGRAMMES.

7.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and development Activities.

7.1.1 Training for ECD providers.

7.2 Universal access to, and Completion of, Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

7.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement.

      Improvement in Learning Achievement: cont

7.4 Reduction of the Adult illiteracy rates

Literacy Levels by 1997

7.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

8.0 MAIN PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AND ANTICIPATED.

8.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and development Activities

8.2 Universal Access to, and Completion of, Primary Education by the Year 2000

8.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

8.4 Reduction of the adult illiteracy rates.

8.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

8.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made through education channels.

9.0 PUBLIC AWARENESS, POLITICAL WILL AND NATIONAL CAPACITIES.

9.1 Expansion of Early Childhood care and development activities.

9.1 Universal Access to, and Completion of Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

9.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

9.4 Reduction of the adult illiteracy rates.

9.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults. Major Weaknesses

10.0 GENERAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROGRESS.

10.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and Development Activities.

10.2 Universal access to , and completion of, primary education by the year

2000 Goals and Targets.

10.3 Improvement in learning achievement

10.4 Reduction of the adult illiterate rates.

10.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

10.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skillsand values required for better living, and through education channels.

Part III Prospects

11.0 POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR THE FUTURE.

11.1 Expansion of Early Childhood and development activities.

11.2 Universal Access to, and Completion of, Primary Education by the Year 2000 Goals and Targets.

11.3 Improvement in Learning Achievement

11.4 Reduction of the adult illiterate rates.

11.5 Expansion of basic education and training in other essential skills required by youth and adults.

11.6 Increased acquisition by individuals and families of the knowledge, skills and values required for better living, made through education channels.