KP govt working on improving literacy rate, achieving SDGs

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Peshawar

Special Assistant to the Chief Minister on Higher Education Kamran Bangash Wednesday said the provincial government was working hard on provincial-level literacy policies and strategies to improve the literacy rate and achieve United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

In his message in connection with the International Literacy Day, he said on this day the government was also using digital technology to address the learning needs of disadvantaged groups of the society, adding that everyone had to play his/her role to educate the others.

“We have to make a promise to educate nation, especially females,” he said and added the KP government was paying special attention to the female education in the province and had set up schools.—APP

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