• Poverty

    Urban Areas In South Africa Without Electricity

    Sub-Saharan Africa is witnessing the world’s largest urban growth, but most of its development efforts are still aimed at rural communities. Waste disposal poses a huge health risk in many urban areas, and in Kibera, the largest slum in Nairobi, plastic bags are used as “flying toilets “, Indoor air pollution, poor nutrition and urban crime are a threat to the city’s inhabitants. The high level of urban poverty in the region is leading to a popular misunderstanding, which, unlike the rest of the world, is not conducive to economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa. However, the cities of sub-Saharan Africa are not well integrated into the world economy and depend…

  • Education,  Poverty

    Poor Literacy Skills In South Africa

    In combination with the changing landscape of South Africa after apartheid, the subjects studied in mathematics education are evaluations, language questions, aspects of radical pedagogy and advanced classroom practices, ethnomathematics and teacher training. South Africa’s South african mathematics teacher training was conducted by pre-schooled universities of applied sciences to the school system under apartheid. This provision is facilitated by the South African Education Council ( SACE ), which connects with other stakeholders such as teacher unions, association of School officials and other entities to approve providers of services in various South African provinces. Mathematics teachers at different levels also work with projects launched by South African universities to strengthen their…

  • Poverty

    Poverty And Inequality In South Africa

    Today, South Africa has been described as a country with extreme inequalities, and we are actually a completely different country in terms of income inequality. The saldru income comparison tool was designed to help people visualize and understand the extreme nature of South Africa’s inequality.  In fact, after apartheid South Africa, the white people comfortably improved their economic status comfortably, because our economy channels such a large part of the national income to the top 10 percent. Meanwhile, half of all South Africans are chronically poor, living in families with an R1, 149 or less monthly income per capita. Globalization has also had an impact on poverty and inequality, and “although it has broadened the market and enabled some countries to” export their way out of poverty “in a certain sense,…

  • Education

    Financial Literacy For Kids

    Ensuring children’s financial literacy before moving on their own is essential to ensure their safety and well – being. Many parents and educators are surprised to discover that most of today’s children never get money management jobs at any level of education, including higher education.  In order to help young people avoid a future in which they are concerned about financial security, it is essential that children learn about money. Professional financial management programs for children help them to build the necessary lessons that can have permanent monetary and personal benefits. Below you will find tips on how to start sharing lessons in financial literacy with children. Although more financial education courses can certainly help here ( only a few states require students to attend school’s personal finances ), parents and teachers can…

  • Education

    Early Childhood Entrepreneurship

    Educational entrepreneurs are guided by the belief that public education organisations are bureaucratic, agricultural and industrial institutions, which are too enthralled in operating habits and well – known habits to drive the innovation and transformation needed for today’s schools. Social entrepreneurs have focused on transforming education for the underserved, including children with a low socio – economic background and colour groups that are not well served by the traditional public education system.  Educational entrepreneurs suggest that educators are too deeply rooted in the day – to – day activities of school activities to think about the possibilities of K-12 education, and most educational researchers seem to be interested in exploring practical solutions to problems within the system. The idea, which…

  • Education

    What Causes Lack Of Education In Africa

    It provides high quality, community – based education in East Africa with a secure learning environment, strengthens the effectiveness of teachers in the classroom and provides scholarships and development for the next generation of change agents.  It provides basic education for children in need in Ethiopia through schools that also serve their communities through health, poverty reduction and gender inequality programmes. Empower South African women, who care for orphans and HIV – infected children in isolated areas, through health, education and social development programmes, Provides a proven path to prosperity, dignity and a clearer future. Facilitate access to sexual and reproductive health services, including full training in school and community, such as Ivory Coast, and access to a variety of birth control methods, and in South Africa, both safely and legally. The human Rights Watch also stated that 24…