Congratulations to Year 2014, P8 students. Highest number of students succeed to pass the national exam.
Goal; Improved access to quality primary and secondary education to Nuba mountains
Nuba Mountains like many post war areas have suffered many years neglect in accessing basic services such as education. The 2005 survey indicated that 78% of Nuba population were illiterate. Many adults and children have missed opportunities to attend school. NRRDO and the Nuba people are committed to improving access to quality and appropriate education with a focus to primary and tertiary education as well as adult education. Even in the face of the current crisis the Nuba people are more determined than even ever to access education for their people.
‘’ we will learn even if in the caves or under trees ‘remarked one elder during the strategic planning process.
The Nuba people see education as key to their liberation and are committed to make all the sacrifices to have their children access quality and relevant education
- Mitigate declining enrollment and retention of primary and secondary schools from the current rate of school dropout 45% to 20%
- Enhanced the capacity of Education Sector
- Increased literacy among youth
- Improved quality and quantity of national teachers
These will be achieved through the following strategies;
i. Lobbying and advocacy: With donor partners to support education to all children (without discrimination) and adults.
ii. strengthen managerial and institutional capacity for education managers at various levels
iii. promote accelerated learning and vocational training for drop-outs
iv. support teachers’ training