Ahmed Kudhaer Hussain

Many countries have succeeded in combating illiteracy through campaigns, programs and activities carried out during the past years, which contributed to reducing social problems related to health, school dropout, and unemployment, as well as raising the level of skills, gaining trust and mutual respect, as well as changing attitudes towards learning in general.

This paper reviews the experiences of countries that have succeeded in eradicating illiteracy, such as (the United States, Nepal, the United Kingdom, China, and Tunisia), as well as an explanation of their success factors, and the methods they followed in eradicating illiteracy.