The Universal Basic Education (UBE) programme in Nigeria was launched in 1999, with the goal of providing “free, universal and compulsory basic education for every Nigerian child aged 6-15 years”.
Who established Ube?
The Universal Basic Education (UBE), was introduced by the Nigerian federal government in 1999. The scheme was introduced with the aim of providing free, universal and basic education for every Nigerian child between the ages of 6 and 15.
What are the objectives of UBE in Nigeria?
Objectives of the UBE
Ensuring the acquisition of appropriate levels of literacy, numeracy, manipulative, communicative and life skills, as well as ethical, moral and civic values needed for laying a solid foundation for life-long learning.
What are UBE aims and objectives?
The UBE Programme objectives include. Ensuring an uninterrupted access to 9-year formal education by providing FREE, and COMPULSORY basic education for every child of school-going age under.
What is the motto Ube?
“Provide free, universal basic education for every Nigerian child of school-going age; “Reduce drastically the incidence of drop-out from the formal school system (through improved relevance, quality and efficiency);
What is a UBE fruit?
Dioscorea alata is a species of yam commonly referred to as purple yam, ube, violet yam, or water yam. This tuberous root vegetable originates from Southeast Asia and is often confused with taro root. An indigenous staple of the Philippines, it’s now cultivated and enjoyed worldwide.
What are the components of Ube?
There are three components of the UBE programme and these are:
- Early Childhood Care and Development Education (ECCDE)
- 6 years primary Education.
- 3 years Junior Secondary School Education (JSS) (UBE, 2005).
What is the importance of Ube?
Universal basic education helps to reduce child labour in the sense that it provides free and compulsory education for children between the ages of 6 and 14 years. When children are in school, the need for the unnecessary exploitation of a child would not arise as the child’s educational right is effectively exercised.
What are the functions of Ube?
- Carrying out mass mobilization, advocacy and sensitization of the general public in relation to basic education delivery.
- Ensure that all relevant stakeholders buys-in the UBE programme as a peoples programme.
- Carryout enrolment, retention and completion rate campaign at all levels of basic education.