国際協力研究誌 3巻 1号
1997-03-01 発行

A Report of the Follow-up Field Survey for Assessment of Literacy Situation in Primary Education in Bangladesh, Nepal, and India <Reports>

Nakayama, Shuichi
Matsuoka, Shigenobu
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The purpose of this paper is to record of the opinions and information presented by the experts and professionals concerning the development of literacy situation in Bangladesh, Nepal and India. The field survey was scheduled in 1991 after a UNESCO sponsored project titled the "Follow-up Field Survey for Assessment of Literacy Situation in Primary Education in the Selected Countries of Asia."

The field survey was conducted in the countries of Bangladesh (July 28-31, 1991), Nepal (July 31- Aug. 3, 1991), and India (Aug. 3-9, 1991) visiting major institutions related with the development of literacy situation.

The authors found that (1) the maximum efforts were being taken to overcome the low literacy situation in three countries by the experts both the government and non-government organizations. This fact are clearly observed from the variety of programmes operated in the each country. (2) Even though, there are so many problems to solve the low literacy rate in these countries due to the lack of facilities, specialists and financial support.
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