Education is a fundamental human right, every child has the right to, education is extremely important for our development as individuals and communities, which helps pave the way for a successful and fruitful future, and when we make sure children get their right to good education inherent in gender equality, we create significant opportunities for future generations.
From this point NIHR found itself obliged to contribute to the provision of appropriate educational environment for children who have lost their chance for continuing education for many reasons.
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