At the end of June, 86,000 people in the Souss-Massa region of Morocco will sit exams as part of an anti-illiteracy program run by the National Agency Against Illiteracy.

Since 2013, ANLCA has put in place a national strategy against illiteracy, aiming to reduce illiteracy rates to 10% by 2026.
Since 2013, ANLCA has put in place a national strategy against illiteracy, aiming to reduce illiteracy rates to 10% by 2026. Photo credit: ANLCA
Margot Eliason is a writer at Morocco World News.