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Importance of education in conflict zones

Importance of education in conflict zones

War is a condition of armed disagreement between states, social orders and temporary paramilitary meetings. It is often described as brutality, hostility, dismissal and extraordinary deaths using ordinary or unpredictable military forces. Combat refers to regular exercises and characteristics of war types or battles as a whole.

The privilege of education

Wars and conflicts can cause young people to be stranded, forced into the army, married at a young age, and subjected to sexual or malicious abuse. In April, UNICEF said 25 million children between the ages of 6-15 will attend classes in conflict zones in most countries. Education has never been more meaningful than it was in the middle of conflict zones.

How will young people reach their maximum capacity without education and contribute to the future and strength of their families, networks and economies. The lack of social skills, lack of education, loss of expectations, and the combination of childhood experience and satisfaction in a conflict zone regularly create conditions for young, radically displaced people.

In any case, without remarkable education, young people grow up without the basic knowledge that can contribute to a quiet, financially and politically stable society. Suspension of education in unrest areas is responsible for the adult loss of social responsibility individuals who are forced to become warriors and fighters rather than researchers and girls.

Death or elimination of educators and copies.

Model: Over 66% of teachers in primary and elective schools were executed or displaced for Rwanda’s approval.

Demolition and damage to schools and educational environment.

Models: Due to fights in Bosnia and Herzegovina, half of their schools required recreation and restoration activities; In Mozambique, 58% of primary schools were destroyed or closed due to their long polite wars.