Need for education

Update posted by Shamannoor Mohiyan On Aug 25, 2019

More than 60 million children live in Bangladesh (that’s 8 times the number of children in France); half of them grow up in the most abject poverty. Poverty, which affects a large majority of young Bangladeshi and is the result of a high unemployment rate, has severe repercussions on children’s access to: a healthy diet, health services, an education, sufficient financial resources to overcome this poverty etc.


In Bangladesh, education is free, and it is mandatory for children between 6 and 10 to attend school. However, child labourers, handicapped children, native children, etc. only rarely have access to education. Their right to education is not respected.

This is also true for children from poor communities (especially boys) who must often abandon their education to be able to help their family financially.

The quality of education is not very good because a third of professors teach without a diploma. Additionally, infrastructures are outdated: the lack of separate sanitary facilities for girls, the lack of ventilation and lighting, etc.

Also, the abuse some children face in the school setting remains widespread. In fact, studies have shown that children were physically abused by their teacher and that girls were often sexually harassed at school or on their way to school.

Considering all the things I trying to raise a fund for street children and trying to give them some facilities so that they can lad a better life and we will get a fresh generation.

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