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www.fondationalphabetisation.org/en/causes-of-illiteracy/consequences-of-illiteracy

The consequences of illiteracy are many and harmful in several respects. As well as affecting illiterate individuals themselves in their daily lives and often ...

taravoices.com/2015/12/18/12-effects-of-illiteracy-on-society

Dec 18, 2015 ... If illiteracy rates increase throughout the world, society will be faced with ... Dealing with the consequences of illiteracy has the potential to ...

www.importantindia.com/24040/illiteracy

Oct 15, 2016 ... Illiteracy is a state whereby one is unable to read and write. In its simplest form, it can be defined as lack of any or sufficient education.

worldliteracyfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/WLF-FINAL-ECONOMIC-REPORT.pdf

World Literacy Foundation – The Economic & Social Cost of Illiteracy ..... The effects of illiteracy are very similar in developing and developed countries.

www.un.org/press/en/2008/sgsm11746.doc.htm

Aug 14, 2008 ... ILLITERACY HAS DIRECT IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH, SAYS SECRETARY- GENERAL IN MESSAGE TO MARK LITERACY DAY AS HE ...

readwritenm.org/index.php?page=impact-of-literacy

WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT ILLITERACY IN AMERICA. As many as 23% of the adult American population (40-44 million) is functionally illiterate (Level 1 ...

unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0019/001905/190571E.pdf

The Social and Economic Impact of Illiteracy: Analytical Model and Pilot Study. This work is part of the ECLAC-UNESCO/OREALC project “Análisis de las ...

www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp058328

Jul 27, 2006 ... Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — The Silent Epidemic — The Health Effects of Illiteracy.

www.hattiesburgamerican.com/story/news/education/2016/12/17/looking-illiteracy-consequences-and-solutions/94732880

Dec 17, 2016 ... The state's 16 percent illiteracy rate has wide-ranging effects, but there has been action in recent years to change it.

www.linkedin.com/pulse/consequences-illiteracy-andrew-kay

May 1, 2015 ... The consequences of illiteracy are many and harmful in several respects. As well as affecting illiterate individuals themselves in their daily lives ...