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Education in africa

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Talks about the education in Africa and in the world.

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Education in africa

  1. 1. A N D R E A A N D T H E R E S A 8 - 1 4 EDUCATION IN AFRICA
  2. 2. http://www.freethechildren.com/get-involved/we-youth/resources/issues- backgrounder/ Education •150 million drop out of primary school before they have completed five years of education- the minimum required for achieving basic literacy •by 2003, only 37 out of 155 developing countries had achieved universal primary school completion •133 million young people around the world cannot read or write •an estimated 57 million are not in school •2/3 of the world’s illiterate adults are women •when a woman has at least secondary education, her children are twice more likely to survive than children born to less educated mothers •AIDS spread twice as quickly among uneducated girls as among educated girls who have received even some schooling •Around the world today, more than 300,000 (World Bank) children are fighting as child soldiers •Illness and diseases like malaria, diarrhoea and tuberculosis prevent children from being physically able to attend school •About 1 in 10 school-aged girls in Africa drop out once they reach puberty because they don’t have clean or private washrooms to use at school http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b6/Human-Development-Index- 1970-2010-Hybrid-HDI-Education-Health-Income-Index-eleven-Africa.png
  3. 3. All children have the right to education When a woman has at least secondary education, her children are twice more likely to survive than children born less educated mother 57 million children are not in school 133 million young people around the world that can’t read nor write two-thirds of the world’s illiterate adults are women girls usually have an even harder time with education than boys 150 million people drop out of primary school before they have completed five years of education- the minimum required for achieving basic literacy. By 2003, only 37 out 115 developing countries had achieved universal primary school completion In North America, they believe that all children- boy or girl, rich or poor, white, black, brown, yellow , red or blue- have the rights to education without education, you can’t get a good job.
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