Third World Countries Education

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Children in Trouble
The object of education, is to prepare young children to educate themselves throughout their lives, but schools in third world countries do not have this opportunity. The third world education system needs first world help. However, the first world is not fulfilling their global responsibilities to help these countries. Children in third world counties, such as Haiti and Papa New Guinea, deserve a better education and more support. Education in the third world faces challenges, because of the lack of resources, making the schools struggle with, supplies, facilities and teachers. Therefore, children wherever they are born deserve an equal education.

Education is the key to a healthy life. If people never went to school, they would have no job, money, food or health coverage and therefore malnutrition is a major problem. It not only affects schools, it’s the community, too. No health coverage means no medicine, forcing children to take time off school, leaving a possibility that they will not return. A healthy body requires reading and writing skills, so that medicine can be taken without a problem. An unhealthy body can be unhealthy to the families around. Teachers in third world countries can tell when a person is not progressing at school, therefore they are able to notice when something is wrong. Unfortunately, this happens quite often in third world countries yet nothing has been done to conclude this issue.

Children are the worlds future. Understanding awareness of the problem is one step to combating and remedying the problem. For example, many in the United States argue that the “... States have there own problems (to solve) and charity must begin at home.” (Solway). By sponsoring a child you are helping their future and helping break down the challenges of the third world. Whilst this doesn’t fix the long term problem, it helps with the important part of the children's education. However, “...No matter how many times it's...
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