International Literacy Day


On 8th September every year, International Literacy Day is celebrated to make people to know the importance of Literacy for people, communities and societies.

It aims to combat worldwide problems also to promote illiteracy. The theme for 2019 is Literacy and Multilingualism. On 26th October in 1966, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared 8th September as International Literacy Day.

Literacy is essential to explore our skills to enhance the contribution needed for employment, careers, and livelihoods in technically, speaking skill up to nowadays digital skills. It distributes the necessity of literacy across countries and populations to focus on education and literacy development to overcome the challenges and to achieve Sustainable Development Goals.