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Why do we need this program?

There are 62 million Egyptians who are 15-years or above, 12 million of whom are illiterate (roughly 19.5%.) Additionally, dropout students, which range from 300 to 500 students, struggle with reading and writing at a primary education level.

Philosophy of the Program

It relies on awareness in order to liberate individuals to be content with their lives, to be responsible and interactive in society and environment. To strengthen their capacities to work better and change their circumstances.

The curriculum used

Textual education that based on principles of various sciences (textual science, social and interactive psychology, education and learning philosophy)

General goal of Education Program:

Enabling illiterate people to achieve an educational & cultural level which would allow them to lead a dignified life, play an active role in their communities, and this self-education


Adult education classes 50% receive literacy certificates.
Assisting pre-school children to qualify to be enrolled in primary education.

The Activities through which we will achieve our goals

Partnership with Universities

Protocol for Cooperation between the Supreme Council of Universities - Egypt and BLESS.

The education program will train Egyptian university students for free on pedagogical education to liberate 6 million people from illiteracy in Egyptian society. We have trained 1000 students in Egyptian Universities

Partnership with 'GO'

Partnership with Governmental Organizations/ Protocols

Protocol between the association of adult learning and BLESS

The Education Program will train 2 trainers from those working in the association for adult learning branches in different governorates for free.

Partnership with (NGOs)


Training 50 of Sunday-school teachers’ to improve reading and writing skills for students from Ezbet El-Nakhl, Mokatam and Old Cairo.

Program Achievements.

Program Achievements from 2015-2017.
Training 2,000 service workers from Alexandria to Aswan for opening literacy classes.
6 basic training courses.
3 training courses for 50 trainers.
12 refresher meetings with class-coordinators.
14 exams for a 11,200 students/ 7,840 of whom acquired an adult education certification, both Muslims and Christians.
Current number of classes: 500 classes in 250 communities, with 7,500 students, 60% of whom are women.

  • Training 2000 service workers
  • Training 50 trainers
  • An adult education certification
  • Classes
  • Communities