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Achieved Date
973days in power
973
number of days to accomplish
Implement a nationwide literacy program for women in Afghanistan
Inactive
Human Rights
Thursday, 13 August 2015
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2015
Written by TOLOnews.com
Promise Background
According to UNESCO, Afghanistan has one of the highest levels of illiteracy rates in the world, currently estimated at about 69% of the adult population (over 15 years of age). Female literacy levels have been noted to be higher than the national average with an estimated 83% of the adult female population unable to read or write. As part of his commitments to improving women's equality in Afghanistan, President Ghani had committed to implementing a nationwide program to combat illiteracy for women in Afghanistan.

Indicators to Measure Progress
  • 1. Budget and policy for nationwide women's literacy program developed and implemented
  • 2. Nationwide literacy program operational in all 34 provinces of Afghanistan
  • 3. Independent reports showing reduced number of illiterate women in Afghanistan

No official reports on progress towards this promise has been recorded.