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Also, the inclusion of other members of the society who are not represented in the mainstream category/cadre; physically challenged persons and others.
"Equal representation leads to more participatory and representative political decisions. In turn, this results in a more harmonious society and provides a strong foundation for the development." - UN Women Deputy Executive Director, Lakshmi Puri
By promoting a system that can utilize both the human and natural resources, Wealth creation can be achieved to improve the well-being of the people.
Also, we promote the involvement of youth in planning and in making decisions that affect them.
A collective efforts to achieve improvements in the society, loyalty to the state.
Competent manpower, improved agriculture, modern technology, good health care, poverty alleviation, egalitarian society…are all built on a good education system of general knowledge acquisition, and formal education which is a necessity for a progressive personal and societal development.
Formal education is a constructive presentation of knowledge. This systematic approach to knowledge dispensation (formal education) has been proven and undergoes frequent update in terms of academic researches and discoveries.
"Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive; easy to govern, but impossible to enslave."--Henry Peter Brougham
"The long-term economic, social and personal gains from education are proven – for individuals, families, communities
and the development of a nation.
To achieve this there must be a minimum standard of education and sufficient levels of literacy, numeracy and life skills to enable people to lift themselves out of absolute poverty." - UNESCO
Education is the bases for every other human development.
World peace and security, and an egalitarian society can be achieved when all are rightly educated.
Education is a prerequisite for long term economic growth.
No country in history has every achieved sustained economic growth without at least 40% of its adult population being literate.
In all, Education is one of the most effective ways to improve quality of life in the developing world.
Education helps create an egalitarian society.
A.I.D.E. believes that education is the second most important fundamental human right after right to life because education will help you understand every other right of yours.
Education for all should be the desire of all nation.
Education is fundamental, it is not a priviledge. It is a right!