The North West Region of Cameroon faces a situation of widespread illiteracy especially in the rural areas, which is also home to marginalized groups. The illiteracy rate is estimated to be close to 50 percent or even more, one of the highest in less than five years in the region. It has been found that there is a latent demand for education among the poor, especially women and girls, who not only realize the value of education, They acknowledge the empowering role of education and want to attend schools and literacy classes in order to lead a better life. Ability to read and write is seen as a necessity to access information, and above all, to walk with one’s head high and participate at local level, in effort of nation building.
In this context, literacy