The United Nations Special Envoy on Global Education, Gordon Brown, Gordon Brown, has announced that the International Finance Facility for Education (IFFEd), supported by the UN together with the World Bank and four regional development banks, hopes to value loans and grants $ 10 Billion for Building Schools and Hiring Teachers in Poorer Countries
According to Brown, by the year 2030, if no action is taken and trends continue, 400 million children will be no older than 11 years of age to achieve their goal of ensuring primary and secondary education for all children.
In his briefing at the UN Headquarters in New York, Gordon Brown announced the introduction of a plan that would take care of more than 260 million children worldwide, not at school.
"We can not get away from the fact that there is an educational crisis, and this gap has catastrophic consequences Captured soldiers and victims of human trafficking, he said.
In his opinion IFFEd could help to end child labor, child marriage and child trafficking through free education. Developing countries said that half of school-aged children have not been sufficiently educated.
He stressed that some of them are even illiterate, he said, nearly 75 million children in conflict areas could not go to school and 10 million from them refugee status, adding that he is associated with representatives from 20 countries.
He said that he had also asked donor countries to provide funding for low-education education projects n costs.
SOURCE: NIGERIASCHOOL UNN-EDU STUDENTINFOPORTAL
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