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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Everyone : education & schooling in Sierra Leone education development Dollars Lost has the right to . Education shall be at leastin the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shallbe compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be madegenerally available and higher education shall be accessible to all on the basis of merit. Education shall be directed to the full of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for and fundamental . It should promoteunderstanding, tolerance, and friendship among all nations, racial, orreligious groups, and shall further the activities of the for the maintenance of peace. equally NC Life Expectancy free, - Serious gender disparities areevident in multiple countries, where girls completion rates trail those of boys by more than 10 percentage points (Burns). 48% Education is an incredibly important component to our world. The process of globalization looks at various perspectives of child labour as it is a major issue, and it also examines theintersections between child work and primary schooling (Gayarathri). In order for education to become moreavailable, we need to raise per-child expenditure in primary schools, and we need to improve the school facilitiesas well as improve the content and delivery of quality education (Gayarathri). An action plan which addresses the links between education, poverty, and demand and supply through a well-orchestrated program is urgently required (Gayarathri). Statistics that affect Sierra Leone - - While there is a need to have primary school accessible to everybody, there is also the importance of ensuring primary school completion (Bruns). 4.3 36 74% Bibliography 53% 36% 52% of girls age 5-14 are illiterate of the rural population does not have access to clean drinking water 1981 1991 2001 Pounds 2011 13.6 3.4 All statistics from Free the Children website. 10.2 The little girls learn to help very early with the housework,brushing the floors, cleaning pots and dishes they learnvery early to be women. The village school is not for them and it will be long before they are allowed into its precincts (Hossain).-quote from a man in Sierra Leone Bruns, Barbara, Alain Mingat, and Ramahatra Rakotomalala. "A Chance For Every Child." Achieving Universal Primary Education by 2015 (2003): 1-21. The World Bank. Web. Gayarathri, V. and Sreeekumar, T.T. (2002) Childrens work and schooling, in Desai, V. and Potter, R.B. (eds.) The Companion to Development Studies. London: Oxford. Chapter 8.7.Hossain, Naomi, and Naila Kabeer. "Achieving Universal Primary Education and Eliminating Gender Disparity." Economic and Political Weekly (2004): 4093-100. EPW. Web. 22 Jan. 2015."Sierra Leone." Free The Children Sierra Leone Comments. Free The Children. Web. 1 Feb. 2015."The Universal Declaration of Human Rights." UN News Center. UN. Web. 28 Jan. 2015. Alex Young Bodyweight Since 1971 of Primary School aged girls do not attend Primary School in Sierra Leone of Sierra Leone's population lives below the poverty line Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shal be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accesible to all on the basis of merit. -article 26- - Article number 26 - human rights freedoms United Nations Sources:North Carolina Prevention Report Card 2012Reaching the Healthy People Goals for Reducing Childhood Obesity Closing the Energy GapTipping the Scales of Sierra Leone's children aged 5 to 14 are involved in child labour
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