The Importance Of Education In Primary Schools

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Seeking to provide and promote life standard education for all, especially for the ones who suffer from major conflicts such as poverty, civil wars, cultural barriers, discrimination, erroneous or inadequate systems, Deeply concerned with the fact that regarding to the researches of UNICEF, there are currently estimated 58 million primary school-age children who are not in school and a full 43% will probably never enter school, Bearing in mind that despite the attendance of 50 million additional children had enrolled in primary schools, 130 million of them, worldwide, do not have the basic and essential educational background such as literacy or counting even though they had minimum of four years in primary schools, Congratulates Asian countries, such as Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Japan, for having shown major improvements in their rankings regarding to 2014 Global Education Index, Noting with deep concern that an estimated 31 million girls of primary school age and 34 million girls of lower secondary school age were not enrolled in school in 2011 and Sub-Saharan Africa has the lowest proportion of countries with gender parity, Reminding all member states that ongoing conflicts and civil wars in some states such as in Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, are also major obstacles for promoting and providing education for millions of children, Taking into consideration that the spread of Child Friendly School (CFS) system and a comprehensive cooperation between
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