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INGENAES: Adapting to Differing Levels of Education and Literacy

Date Published: 
October 21, 2016

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Rural women often have less education and lower levels of literacy and numeracy skills than men. Older people are often less literate than younger men and women. Extension and advisory services must account for these differences in all communication efforts. Messages must be conveyed in forms that are suitable for both men and women of all levels of literacy.