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Assessment of The Organization And Management of Functional Adult Literacy Program In Selected Woredas of West Harerghe Zone of Oromia

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dc.contributor.advisor Ingidayehu, Yalew (PhD)
dc.contributor.author Kumsa, Ayele
dc.date.accessioned 2018-08-09T07:52:45Z
dc.date.available 2018-08-09T07:52:45Z
dc.date.issued 2012-06
dc.identifier.uri http://etd.aau.edu.et/handle/123456789/11394
dc.description.abstract The study was intended to assessing The Organization And Management Of Functional Adult Literacy Program in Selected Woredas of West Harerghe Zone of Oromia. [n the study, a descriptive survey method was used. Six Woredas wer~ selected by purposive sampling method. From the six (6) Woredas, six FAL centers together with 1Sfacilitators, IS Woredas Adult Education boarded and technical Commillee (AEBTC) and 7 Zone (AEBTC) were selected by purposive sampling technique. 1n addition, 7S(52.6)( 42 male trainees and 36 female) trainees were included using proportional stratified followed by simple random sampling technique to supplement the data gained Fom the practitioners. Questionnaires, interviews, observation, as well as document review were used to gather data and enrich the study. Data analysis was made by using percentile, chi square test, t-test and one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) using SPSS of version 15. The findings revealed current conditions and major factors related to organization and management of FAL? offered in FAL centers. The respondents, nonetheless, listed a number of constraints like: Inadequacy of resources (finance, human, and materials); lack of facilitators training, lack of facilitators recruitment frol11 community, lack of clear and convellient organizational structures, absence of income generation me<:hanisms, lack of qualified trainei facilitators, private resistance for the establishment of FAL training program, Ull willingness to send family members to the FAL centers, religions problem to attend :'AL?, unde;' valuing jimctional adult literacy program, lack of non gmernment support at all, lack of evaluation materials based on quality standard out comes, lad oj follow lip the IIctivities of concerned sectors on FALP implementation were some oj the hindrances re·. ealed in the study. Thus, these problems made organization and management oj FALP ·0 be incapable of meeting their purposes and the interests of disadvantages adults ar,d you'h:;. it is, therefore, recommended that the Oromia Education beuros, Zone and Woreda A.EBTC members and difJerent concerned sectors have to make maximum possi:,le e.fJorts to mobilize all resources, stakeholders and instilutions under them to rel .. erse the current situation of FALP organization and management in FAL centers en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Addis Ababauniversity en_US
dc.subject Functional Adult Literacy Program en_US
dc.title Assessment of The Organization And Management of Functional Adult Literacy Program In Selected Woredas of West Harerghe Zone of Oromia en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US


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