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Factors That Affect Access to Education in Kenya and Sudan

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Warren Cafe

on 24 May 2011

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Transcript of Factors That Affect Access to Education in Kenya and Sudan

Factors that Affect Access to Education in Kenya and Sudan With the children at school,
there is not as many people
to do work at home. Many people do not have
the money to pay for their
children's education Political Instability. The constantly changing government can not provide the infrastructure needed for a successful school program. Gender Bias. Many families do not see a reason to educate women. Women usually stay at home to take care of the children. Political instability is the lack of a stable
goverrnment. Leaders are constantly
being overthrown, and the country is in a constant state of poverty. There is also much civil war, so that prevents the government from investing money in education. A school in Kenya Opportunity Cost Poverty
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