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Education by Mind Map: Education

1. Free Eduction

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2. Way of better life


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9. Goverment funding

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11. Primary schools are overcrowded, with classes as big as 80 children; the teachers lack books, supplies, and training. The costs associated with secondary education are such that most parents are unable to pay for their children to attend school past the primary level.

12. Over 40% of women in Africa have no access to basic eduction

13. How much money does it take to fund a Millennium Village? A core aspect of the Millennium Villages is that the poverty-ending investments in agriculture, health, education, and infrastructure can be financed by donors at an incremental cost of just $50 per villager per year—$250,000 per village per year. The overhead costs of managing the project in each village are also low, $50,000 per year, since the project draws upon skilled local managers who comprise the Village team. This modest investment offers the realistic prospect that a community of 5,000 men, women, and children can achieve the Millennium Development Goals and embark on a path of self-sustaining economic development. On a per person basis, the total village cost of $110 per person is comprised of:

14. School lunches using locally produced food support children’s nutrition, learning capacity, and school attendance while at the same time increase demand for locally produced food.