Bangladesh had a goal to become a fully literate country within the year 2006. Unfortunately, it is far behind from its initial goal, because it has many problems to be solved within the limited resources. Therefore, many national and international organizations have started working in this sector apart from the government. Now Bangladesh has taken another target to achieve full literacy within 2015. Moreover, the United Nations has declared the world literacy decade from 2003 to 2015. Bangladesh as a member state of UN should also follow the goal of UN. FACES reviewed this with its executive committee and started the Primary Needs Education Program.

As per the government statistics the education rate is 62.66%, which proves more than 37% is deprived from education. However, the Non -government statistics says, the literacy rate is about 42% which reflects that majority people are still uneducated. No nation progresses without education. Bangladesh is a developing country and during the development phase many socio-economic problems arise & these problems required to be solved within a short span of time. Therefore, the NGO should come forwards collaborating with GO programs. So FACES takes it as one of the most important activities.

FACES is providing not only books, but also stationeries and school uniform for all the students. FACES also arrange Parent’s Day regularly. So that parents can also share their ideas and views. Parent’s Day also help the parents to know about the progress of their children’s education and knowledge.

At the end of the year, 300 boys and girls from underprivileged and poor families are enrolling in this center. The PNE of FACES has already changed the atmosphere of the nearby slum, report comes to FACES that the children of Slum who are enrolling at FACES, create a special feature in their community.

 

 

Primary Needs Education

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Inclusive Class Party

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