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close this bookFunctional Adult Literacy (FAL) - Training Manual (DVV, UNICEF; 1996; 106 pages)
View the documentAcknowledgment
View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contentsIntroduction
Open this folder and view contentsUnit One: Functional Adult Literacy and Its Implications
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Two: Facilitating Adult Learning
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Three: Facilitating FAL Classes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Four: Organising and Managing FAL Programmes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Five: Integrating Functional Adult Literacy in other Development Programmes
Open this folder and view contentsUnit Six: Monitoring and Evaluating Functional Adult Literacy Programmes
View the documentAnnex 1 - Sample Lesson Plan for Luganda Learners
View the documentAnnex 2 - Sample Lesson Plan for Runyankore/Rukiga
View the documentAnnex 3 - Sample Lesson Plan for Lusoga


This Functional Adult Literacy Training Manual has passed through many processes before reaching the stage of publishing.

I would like to thank all those who contributed at each of the stages of development of the Manual. Special thanks are extended to Mr. Anthony Okech of the Institute of Adult and Continuing Education (Makerere University) and Mr. D.K. Obbo of Nsamizi Institute for Social Development who prepared the 1st Edition.

More thanks are extended to all those that participated in the Workshop to review the manual. Special gratitude and appreciation is extended to the team that undertook the task of revising the Manual using the information collected from the Workshop to Review the Manual. In this regard, special mention here is made to Mr. Peter Kabagambe of DENIVA/URDT/ACFODE Training Programme, Mr. D.K. Obbo of Nsamizi Institute of Social Development, and Mr. G. Sentumbwe of Literacy and Adult Basic Education (LABE). More thanks are extended to Mrs. Christine Kasule-Musisi who typeset the Manual.

Finally, special appreciation is extended to UNICEF and German Adult Education Association (DVV) for their continued support and collaboration in the promotion of Functional Adult Literacy Programme. May existing cordial relations between the Government of Uganda and the International Agencies mentioned above continue to be strengthened further for the benefit of the target groups.

Herbert Baryayebwa


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