Ensuring participation: The reason of such low participation numbers in literacy improvement programs portray that most adults with literacy issues are unable to comprehend that they actually have an issue and many of the most needy adults don’t dare to attend the programs (HDRC, 2000). Only six to ten percent of those who should or need to attend the programs enroll in literacy programs in Canada (HDRC, 200, p.17). The chief reason for such low enrollment is the obstruction of “admission and lodging in training/learning programs pooled with the connected issues of joblessness, scarcity and disenfranchisement” (HDRC, 2000, p. 17). Resource hurdles also comprise of deficient fiscal supply, dearth of sustenance systems such as child care and transport, insufficient shelter and health care, hostility, ill-treatment and obsessions, need for eye and hearing aids, prejudice based on race, religion, job, class, gender, caste and skill levels (HDRC, 2000). To attain targeted populations that face those barriers and to prevail over such isasue, noteworthy policy sanction as well as fresh support is needed (HDRC, 2000).