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When it comes to educational Olympics, not one single country emerges as the overall literacy winner. In fact, countries across the globe have different standards when it comes to educating their youth. While the United States has 12 years of compulsory education, this isn’t necessarily the standard for the rest of the world. For instance, Germany requires 13 years of education while Angola only requires four.
In 22 countries, at least half of the population is illiterate. 15 African countries have an illiteracy rate of 50 percent or higher. Interestingly, in Iceland, women earn more than two-thirds of college degrees overall.
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Source : United Nations Environment Programme
In this infographic, we take a look at some places around the world where children don’t have access to the basic necessities that we took for granted growing up in decades past, and yet in the 21st century many services still don’t reach the impoverished, especially in areas marked by ongoing violence.