Alexandria University students succeeded in eradicating illiteracy for 2,851 male and female citizens in the October 2022 session, according to the records of the educational process database.
Professor Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, Alexandria University President, praised this important achievement, stressing the university's keenness to play its role in community service within the framework of the university's social and national responsibility, in line with implementing the state's plan to achieve the goals of sustainable development until 2030, including addressing the dangers of illiteracy. He indicated that the university established Alexandria University Centre for the Eradication of Illiteracy to implement an integrated strategy to support this national project at the university level.
Dr. Mohamed Anwar, Dean of the Faculty of Education, indicated that this achievement is the culmination of the efforts of all the literacy eradication project participants from the university, especially its students. He extended his sincere thanks to the university students as the main partner in the university’s success in reaching this achievement.