Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
Access to high-quality primary education and supporting child wellbeing is a recognized solution to the cycle of poverty. This is in part because it also addresses many of the other issues that can keep communities vulnerable. Those living below the poverty line will also be more likely to keep their children out of school, which means that their children will also have a greater chance of living in poverty.
Challenges confronting the education sector in Somalia are the direct consequence of protracted emergencies over the past two decades from conflict, drought, and flooding. Multi-pronged emergencies have had a significant impact on the education system and the lives of children and youth.The challenges facing the sector are daunting, including lack of access and widespread inequity. The outbreak of war had a devastating effect on education services