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If 57 million is the answer, What is the question?. Every day, children all over the world are going to school and enjoying their right to an education. Yet 57 million children, for many different reasons, are missing out.

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If 57 million is the answer,

What is the question?


Every day, children all over the world are going to school and enjoying their right to an education.

Yet 57 million children, for many different reasons, are missing out.

And for many who do go to school, it is not a place where they feel safe or have the facilities needed for a good education.


Why are some children not able to go to school?


  • distance to travel

  • poverty

  • being a girl

  • because it’s not safe

  • extreme weather


Why are some children not able to enjoy a good quality education?


Not enough classrooms or equipment

Not enough trained teachers


Some schools don’t have drinking water or proper toilets

Some children can’t get food to eat at school


But UNICEF’s Child Friendly Schools are changing things by…


…. providing safe places to learn

This is Adhou


…. helping children to get back to school in emergency situations

by providing tents and

equipment for temporary

schools.

For example, after the cyclone in Madagascar and the earthquake in Haiti.


…. providing books, pencils and

pens and other resources

A UNICEF School in a Boxwill help at least 40 children to continue their education in times of emergency


….helping to train teachers

so they teach effectively, treat children fairly, and make learning fun


….providing clean water, toilets and a clean, safe environment


…. providing an education that meets the needs of all children

This is Siaka


Imagine what your life would be like, now and in the future, if you weren’t able to go to school and enjoy your right to an education


Education for all children, everywhere


By taking part in Day for Change 2014

you can help more children enjoy a good quality education and a better life.

dayforchange.org.uk


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