The word illiterate is definitely a derogatory term in modern times. After all, in China, illiteracy is indeed difficult to see. But in Chad, it is different. In this country, almost everyone can be called illiterate. According to statistics, most adults do not even know the characters, and adults are not willing to send themselves to school. Going to school, and not having so much money to send children to read, naturally formed a vicious circle, making the country increasingly poor, even though it has the name of the fifth largest country in Africa.
How serious is the illiterate data here today? Currently in this country, according to the local adult standard of 15 years old, the literacy rate is only 22.3%, which means that less than one-fourth of the country is in a literate state, and 77% is nearly 80% of adult nationals. Literacy. Even more frightening is that the primary school enrollment rate here is 39%, but in fact children’s literacy rate is only about 30%, and illiteracy is as high as 70%. Not to mention the elderly, there are very few elderly people who are over 65 years old. Their literacy rate is only 7%, which means that 93% of the elderly are illiterate. This data is estimated to shock many people. .
But don’t look at it here, there seems to be a lot of illiterate, but it is a country with a very rich language, because there are more than 200 different ethnic groups in the region, and the language is mostly different. Although the official language here is Arabic and French, each of its communities will have its own language. There are more than 200 language groups. If you want to speak the above words, it will be even bigger. In the case that nearly 80% of the country’s nationals are illiterate, there are so many language dialects, and it is not known whether there will be problems with the communication between the local peoples.
Therefore, judging from the previous data, the name of the first country of illiteracy is also truly deserved. After all, local parents may prefer to send their children to work, and they are not willing to let their children go to school. Although they have already achieved compulsory education in this country, it is still basically useless. So at present, more than 50% of the children in the local area are working. Even if you have already passed through junior high school, the children who are left to go to college must work half-time to continue the course of the entire university. It is also quite a pity, after all, if a country wants to develop mainly depends on more talents.
Interestingly, although 53% of the children aged 5-14 are still working, the boy enrollment rate is actually much higher than that of girls. It seems that in this distant African country, patriarchal The problem is also very serious. Education is like this, and the economy in its territory is naturally not so good. Now it is the 7th poor country in the world, 80% of the citizens are in a state of extreme poverty, and the vast majority of people do not pay more than 5 dollars a day. There are many people who don’t even have $2. Such poverty has also led to a very low life expectancy for its citizens. According to the United Nations data for the previous two years, the life expectancy here is only 53 years old, and most people cannot live even 50 years old.
However, at present, such a poverty can not completely blame the country itself. Although there is a bane behind the civil war, it is also related to its own natural resources. A large area of land is desert. Although there are oil resources, but because of the lack of technology development, it is controlled by a consortium in Malaysia. It is not enough for the country to get the money to develop itself, let alone improve the lives of the people. Even at present, only 1.5% of the population in the territory can use electricity. Agriculture is also extremely dependent on the slowly disappearing Lake Chad to create small fertile land (less than 10% of the country), and only 48% of residents can get normal. Drinking water, 2% of people have sanitation facilities.
After reading it, you can see that the whole country is full of despair. People always say that education saves the country, but even the education is not done well. The territory still has a high degree of corruption. The future of Chad is really a bit confused.Also read, top five reasons why should you plan a group travel?