Kerala based NGO to receive UNESCO literacy prize in Paris for 2016
UNESCO literacy prize will be receiving Kerala based NGO in paris, Jan Sikshan Sansthan based in state’s Malappuram, kerala has bagged the award for its work in the field of lifelong education and skill development programme in rural areas so far.
Kerala based NGO has receive d on Wednesday the prestigious UNESCO Confucius Prize for Literacy for its literacy linked skill development activities in Paris at a ceremony, the JSS is a based in state’s Malappuram has bagged the award for its activities and work in skill development programme in rural areas, the field of lifelong education and the skill development programme in rural areas ans it’s aiming to help underprivileged individuals achieve better livelihood in everyone’s life in rural areas.
Jan Sikshan Sansthan (JSS) Malappuram chairman and Rajya Sabha member Abdul Wahab and the unit director Ummerkoya will receive the award at the ceremony that will also mark 50th anniversary festivities of UNESCO’s literacy programmes in paris, said officials.
UNESCO literacy prize
The Education Ministers from UNESCO member states are estimated to attend the function in which 3rd edition of Global Report on Adult Learning and Education “GRALE 3” will be launched at the particular moment, a panel conversation to identify inter relations among literacy and other maintainable development goals will also be held in the event.
As per the statement, the Member of Parliament will extant his views on executing a programme adopting an inter sectoral reach linking literacy with agriculture and other livelihoods programs, the MP will also answer the challenge for such a work and methods to overcome it during the panel conversation which will be leading by Chakroun Borhene the Section Chief, the Youth, Skill Development and Literacy, the UNESCO and presented by Arne Carlsen the Director of UNSECO Institute for Lifelong Education, says it.