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La professionnalisation du métier d'animateur des centres d'alphabétisation et d'éducation d'adultes au Bénin : quels atouts pour le développement communautaire ?

Abstract : In the world, there are 758 million illiterates today, 65% of them in the south, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa (UNDP Benin, 2016). Benin, a West African country populated by more than ten million people, has an illiteracy rate of 55.4% (RGPH 4 INSAE, 2015). Otherwise, more than half of the population lives in illiteracy. This situation is one of the limits of education for all in Benin and constitutes a major obstacle to achieving the objectives of sustainable development. Unfortunately, the devices set up public authorities to improve the literacy rate, showed their limits. In the formal education system, there is still a high drop-out rate for learners (PDDSE, 2013). This has increased the national illiteracy rate. As for literacy and adult education programs, they are not allowed to obtain results. This level of literacy would be really too low for the content and training of literacy center animators (UNDP-Benin, 2016). This is in addition to the persistence of volunteer work by these facilitators of the unfavorable environment in which they practice their profession (MAPLN, 2009). All these factors, influenced by their prejudices, negatively influenced by their postures in literacy practice. As the facilitators of the literacy centers are the main actors in the implementation of literacy programs, it is therefore essential to think or rethink the strategies of their professionalization in order to achieve the objectives of Education for Education. All in Benin and therefore Sustainable Development Goals. On the one hand, our research aims to study the conditions of professionalisation of the profession of animator of literacy and adult education centers in Benin. On the other hand, it aims to analyze the impact of the activity of the animators of the literacy centers on community development. This is a qualitative research in which nine (09) literacy centers animators have been the subject of a semi-directive interview in order to apprehend their representations of their activities. . The administration of a questionnaire to the twenty (20) working alphabetizers in the commune allowed to have a broader view of the data collected during the interviews and the observation of four (04) literacy sessions allowed to an analysis of literacy practices based on a model inspired by OPEN (Observation of Teaching Practices).
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Saturnin Noukpo Houeha. La professionnalisation du métier d'animateur des centres d'alphabétisation et d'éducation d'adultes au Bénin : quels atouts pour le développement communautaire ?. Education. Normandie Université, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019NORMR097⟩. ⟨tel-02484900⟩

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