What is the problem? Many people in the world cannot afford education. Some countries are in crisis due to wars. Places like Syria, the schools are wiped out because of bombs. In Nigeria, there is not much education provided because of the fear against Boko Haram.
What is causing the problem? People don’t have money due to their social class or problems in their country. People in Nigeria for example, 65 million are illiterates. Economically, the impacts of illiteracy are also fairly large; workplace productivity, unemployment rates and even national GDP are all affected by a country’s literacy levels.
What effects does this problem have? People from ages 15 to 25 tend to join terrorists groups.
- Promote free education to sites that make a lot of pledges.
A man helping uneducated people
- Help those in need for education.
Why: Because I care about the ones in desperate need for education. I want to help them because I compare my life to theirs and I feel I need to help them in some sort of way
What: The outcomes can be random. People can protest to the fact that the government is raising taxes, people who have money can help the ones and give free education to them. Another outcome could be that many people can come together and make huge pledges and campaigns to help many people. They can also donate money to those campaigns.
Children who are being helped my UNICEF
I am going to conclude by stating my message again. I want to help those in need by promoting free education and also helping people by making charities and resulting by building schools in Nigeria.
Since the program is going to cost a lot to start off with, I know that this campaign is worth it since it is helping many people in Nigeria and also giving a heads up to people in the world that they should also do something.
We should think about what can happen in the future and how we can compare to now.
Thanks for your time. AND LET'S HELP THOSE NIGERIAN KIDS!!!
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Okonkwo, Collins. "Educational System In Nigeria." Educational System In Nigeria. Mark Collins, 2 Apr. 2014. Web. 30 Nov. 2016.