gvA Update

Ranking Countries by Female Education. It is very clear that women in poor countries tend to have very low levels of education. It is clearly a primary reason why Africa has failed to be as globally competitive as would have been expected, given its huge population. Indeed, nine of the top 10 most difficult nations for girls to be educated are in sub-Saharan Africa. Afghanistan, which has the highest level of gender disparity in primary school, is the only non-African country to make the list, ranking in fourth place. In this connection. 1- How many African countries are among the top 40 countries in the world in the average number years spent in school by women between 25 and 34 years of age? 1) 0 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 2- Which of the following African countries ranks among the toughest places in the world for a female to get an education? 1)- Burkina Faso 2) Central African Republic 3) Chad 4) South Sudan ANSWERS 1-Zero (0). Thatâs the number of African countries that rank among the top 40 nations in the world in terms of the average number of years spent in school by the women aged 25 to 34 years of age. 2- South Sudan has the worst record for educating girls, as 73% of girls do not go to primary school, and the government spends just 2.6% of its total budget on education, compared to about 26 percent often recommended for developing countries. Nigeriaâs Federal government allocates about 7 percent of its budget to education. Reduced waste in other sectors can raise this number.

 

Posted: May 9th, 2018 @ 02:23:38 AM