Educating Children in Congo $1 = 4 weeks of schooling for a child.
Youths in the Democratic Republic of Congo face a plethora of economic and social challenges in their effort to attain an education, as seventy-one percent of the population lives below the poverty line. Although children can officially enroll at age six, less than fifty-four percent of those youngsters attend schools, of that number the majority are boys.
Giving young people in DRC an education, as well as providing them with training programs and improved health conditions, goes a long way towards alleviating poverty and helping these children succeed. This is our goal, and we dream of seeing these children reach their full potential. One of the reliable ways we change these realities is by educating all of the children; boys and girls alike. We also know that educated families and families whose parents have marketable skills and more likely to stay together, which stops the issue of poverty orphans.
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