Education is a process undertaken by the teacher to improve skills, increase knowledge, and instill values in the learner.
Education is described as the main engine for the development of peoples and nations, enhances the ability to achieve goals and overcome challenges, and contributes to the economic growth of countries. Without it, society becomes standing on a fragile and unstable foundation.
On the occasion of the International Day of Education on January 24, NIHR calls on decision-makers in the Iraqi government concerned with the education sector, as well as the Parliamentary Education Committee in the Iraqi parliament, to pay special attention to the education and to higher education, and to take more realistic measures for compulsory education, especially women in rural communities, providing a safe and appropriate educational environment for students, and striving to develop the educational systems used in order to raise the reality of education to the ranks of developed countries.




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