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Wednesday, 22 February 2012

Provide education in poor countries

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Youth Career Management (YCM) reports that: Much of the world's poor live in regions of East Asia and Pacific, South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Enrollment levels recorded in these regions correspond to their economic performance. According to data from the World Bank, in developing strong Growth in East Asia, the primaryschool enrollment rate, which was 86% in 1980, had reached 99% in 1997. The gender disparity is even more striking. Schooling girls is incomparably lower than that of boys in low-income countries. They are particularly disadvantaged South Asia and Africa and in many other countries, boys and girls are enrolled in a roughly equal, girls with sometimes a slight advantage. Disabled children are particularly disadvantaged. It is estimated only 5% of African children who have difficulty learn to attend school, while 70% of them could be if the schools had the right facilities. However, even where suitable facilities, there are times when parents send their disabled childrenbeg in the streets instead of enroll in school.



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