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 Many people believe you don't have to go to school to live a fulfilled life. There are many people around the world that live long delightful lives.

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2  Many people believe you don't have to go to school to live a fulfilled life. There are many people around the world that live long delightful lives without being able to read or write. However, in the fast paced world we live in today Education has become a bridge that divides those who can and those who can't. Thus in order not to fall into the category of people who can't, this is why it is very important that we get an education. Hence, similar to your country, South Africa also has a programme that keeps children in school.  Education helps to reduce unemployment because companies of today are only interested in hiring professionals. Without an education it is impossible to find a decision-making job like a lawyer or a doctor. This is why the government is so eager to keep children in school.

3  South Africa has 12 million learners, teachers and around schools - including 390 special needs schools and registered private schools. Of all the schools, are High schools (grade 8 to grade 12) and the rest are Primary schools (grade 1 to grade 7).  A learner’s schooling career spans up to 13 years although, grades 10, 11, and 12 (matric) are not compulsory.  Our government advises that our learners complete their matric year because this will give you the advantage of higher education.

4 CHILD MORTALITY IN AFRICA.  In the year 2006, for the first time since mortality data have been gathered, annual dates among children under the age of 5 years caught themselves in situations of deaths. In actual fact a child born in a developing country is over 13 times more likely to die within the first 5 years of life than a child born in an industrialized country.

5  The leading causes of childhood deaths.  pneumonia; The inflammatory illness of the lungs.  Diarrhoea : The conditions of having frequent loose or liquid bowel movements  Malaria; It’s a vecton – borne infections disease caused by protist of genus plasmodium.  Measles ; It’s the infection of the respiratory system caused by virus.

6  In south Africa our health department is dedicated to fighting against these diseases killing our nation. We have the following facilities that cater for every child in South Africa which is inexpensive vaccination and subsequently boosters that provide safe life long protection.

7  The South African provincial government has committed itself to promoting quality education and skilled deliveries. To do this we make sure that every learner does well in school and leaves for our institutions with the knowledge/skills and qualifications that will give them the best chance to a successful adult life.  Our government duties are; to empower women through education and give basic primary education for skilling the future generation,

8 *In relation to the question about floods. Our country is not effected extremely because we only have two provinces that are at accesses to oceans and we have not yet suffered from a severe flood, only earthquakes but have all been monitored by our regstarescale. *Viruses are carefully taken care of by our professional hard working health department by the ranging professions. *Due to the fact that South Africa is a diverse country with twelve official languages we would not be affected by emigrants leaving our country because we are a powerful breeding state.

9  GENERALISATION  Every woman has been in a situation where they are constantly judged because of their gender. For example most men believe that the only place that women belong in is the kitchen and they could never be able to function in a corporate position. Others have been judged for their driving and maternal positions. This has been resolved in South Africa. In our constitution gender equality is the most vital law for every company, household and in the environment. Our society is made up of parliament positions held by women and are doing a great job at it. They are then proving that women are capable of doing what man can do.

10 Higher food prices may push 100 million people deeper into poverty. The goal of cutting in half the proportion of people in the proportion of people in the developing world living on less than 1 day by 2015 remains with reach of poverty rates were relatively low but increasing Africa has been the commodities and has made sure that poverty is solved. Due to this our country tries by all means to eradicate poverty by opening markets that are less and affordable to all consumers.


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