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       At the dawn of decolonization in the mid 1900s, the newly independent countries had great hopes and visions for the social and economic development of their citizens.

Much of these hopes depended on the provision of education, including literacy, for their vast populations. Six decades later, there have been great strides made and some of these countries have developed and have become powerful. However, the more things have changed, the more they have remained much the same for the poor and the illiterate. In the face of all the efforts by governments and civil society organizations, there is the harsh reality that the largest number of poor and illiterate still resides in South Asia, in conditions not very different from those of their forefathers


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