Ituĩka is Gikuyu name for break/rapture and revolution, transformation, and transition. At ituika Literary Platform we believe that by centering the writing, the teaching and translation of African languages, we can transform African societies.
The adult literacy rate in the Central African Republic is 36.8%. Male literacy is 50.7%. The literacy of women is 24.4%. Therefore, the literacy of men and women differ by 26.3%. Government spending on education is 1.3% of GDP. The Central African Republic's education index is 0.318 - the formal level of education is low and, at best, limited to primary and secondary levels; Higher education is possible but not very widespread. The people of the Central African Republic speak the languages French and Sango.
It is not known how many people speak English in the Central African Republic or what language skills they have. Most likely there are no native English speakers or their numbers are undetectable using standard statistical methods.