Staff Reporter

KARIMNAGAR: The Netherlands and Yemen countries representatives were all praise for the State government for initiating a special literacy programme of the illiterate SC\ST women elected representatives of local bodies in Karimnagar district.

The delegation from Yemen and Netherlands had interacted with the illiterate SC\ST women elected representatives of local bodies, who are participating in special literacy programme in Swashakthi college in Karimnagar town on Thursday.

Team members

The official team led by Yemen, Education unit-Social fund for development, Jalila Shugaaldeen, education unit programme officer Raja Abaghbari, monitoring and evaluation unit gender coordination Nashwa Abdul Momen, general director of monitoring centre Saeed Mursheed, director of women development, Aden, Afrah Ali Saeed, general director Bushra Zaid, general director of literacy and adult education, Taiz government Sabah Mohammed, general director of literacy and adult education, Aden Saeed Ahmed Noman and Netherlands ambassador to Yemen Maika visited Karimnagar along with Mahila Samatha society state resource person Usha.

Karimnagar district deputy director (adult education) Usha Martha had explained about the literacy programme taken up for the benefit of illiterate SC\ST women elected representatives of local bodies.

She said that they had designed 30-day in-house training programme for the women members in three phases by providing all the required educational material. Collector Sandeep Kumar Sultania said that the literacy mission of all the women elected representatives of local bodies would be a continuous process in all villages. The Yemen delegation wished the womenfolk of Karimnagar to excel in their education and set a goal to pass the university examination also.