The Current Status of Facilitators in Mobilizing Community Towards Functional Adult Literacy the Case of Oromiya Region West Harerghe Zone Selected Woredas

Ayele Kumsa Hordofa


The overall objective of present proposal is to assess The Role of Facilitators in Community Mobilization Toward Integrated Functional Adult Education The Case of Oromiya Region West Harerghe Zone of MiessoWoreda selected Kebele. The issue of Community Mobilization Toward Integrated Functional Adult Education is the top agenda in Africa. In Ethiopia more recently, the Ministry has placed more emphasis on community mobilization and has undertaken a number of initiatives to better coordinate. There are also strategies and political will which are conducive to mobilize the community toward IFAL program, but still it is not being implemented accordingly. Moreover, Colleges and Universities which are engaged in community mobilization are not working in collaboration with concerned bureaus. In order to accomplish the research project participants were selected from Gorbo and Kayookebele training center of MiessoWoreda. Adult trainers will be selected by simple random sampling techniques. Whereas facilitators will be selected by purposive sampling. After collecting relevant data and analysis and interpretation, the researcher believe that, The research results will provide the essence and more understanding to the responsible bodies so that it contributes its own part on mobilizing the nearby community towards IFALP and achieving the Growth and Transformation Plan. More importantly study will be used as an input for interested researchers in the field to understand how facilitators are play a role in mobilizing community toward IFAL program in MiessoWoreda

Keywords: Adult Education Boards and Technical Committee, Community Facilitators, Functional Adult Literacy, Mobilization, Status…..

DOI: 10.7176/JCSD/48-03

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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