Lack of Investment in Education


There is an underlying census that governments of African countries are not investing enough money into education. Because many African governments seem to dismiss or overlook the view of education as a critical investment, the shortage of funds in these nations continue to contribute to the absence of new educational facilities, an abundance of educators and the inadequate supply of equipment (desks, chairs chalkboard, books, notebooks, and etc)needed in schools for children to learn properly.




Education vs Poverty


Lack of education within many African countries is a correlate of poverty and hunger, which hinders rural development, food security, threatens productivity and limits opportunity to improve livelihoods. With education systems in African countries falling, many children are being deterred from developing the skills necessary to absorb new information faster, process effective methods in the future to attain economic achievement, and learn about the cause and prevention of the diseases that continue to dwell within their countries.



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