Education is Power Initiative
The Education is Power Initiative aims to teach 50,000 illiterate Egyptian adults how to read and write. This initiative seeks to improve the educational conditions of Egypt, allow adults to use literacy as a tool to access their rights, and better the lives of 50,000 Egyptians and their families. The initiative is being carried out in collaboration with 50 civil society organizations across five governorates–Minya, Beni Suef, Qalyoubiya, Cairo, and Giza.
- 5,009 students (3572 men and 1437 women) registered for the literacy program through the Adult Education Authority’s database.
- 2,651 students passed their final exam for the literacy program.
Knowledge and Civil Education
This project uses a multifaceted approach to support marginalized individual and communities. The project aims to support education, civil involvement, and the growth of small community-organized initiatives. Community development in these working areas will improve social, economic, and cultural development.
- Based on the partnership established through this program, CEOSS was asked to take part in the summer literacy program organized by the Minya Directorate of Education.
- 2,677 students in 15 schools participated in summer literacy camps.