UK Foreign secretary said that this project will help schools to teach in a right level by reaching to students understanding, as well as showing parents all the benefits of sending their daughters to school and keep them in classrooms and of course will show the estimated effectiveness of school programs. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is aimed to connect with a school in Kenya as to get 40 million more girls into the classroom over the next five years. However, for this reason, UN-backed body is seeking to raise at least $5 billion over the next five years, in order to improve education systems in the developing world.
Covid-19 has worsened the global education crisis and hit children in lower-income countries the hardest, with life-changing consequences for millions. Last year, more than 1,5 billion children could not attend school because of pandemic, which leaves a bad impact on their future, as well as on the economy of the country. Saving education budgets and ensuring that we do not lose the chance of being educated because of the Covid-19 pandemic will enable us to create more prospective and resilient economies.
The new aid program is going to be realized in order to help those students, who are in developing countries and the investment in education technology is going to be made for more suitable and peaceful future of the world.