Two anti-illiteracy classes have been organised for ethnic minority people in Dak Mil district, the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong since the beginning of this year.

Co-organised by the district women’s union and education department, the three-month evening classes attracted 100 local women aged between 15-50 from the Tay and Nung ethnic minorities in Long Son commune.

They were taught the primary education universalisation programme by teachers from the Kim Dong Primary School.

After the courses, the local ethnic women are able to read news and articles on newspapers, thus grasping good economic models of other ethnic groups throughout the country.-VNA