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Only 43 per cent meet safe schools standard in Nigeria – UNICEF

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has reported that only 43% of the minimum standard for safe schools is being met in about 6,000 assessed schools in Nigeria.JAMB Portal

Ms. Cristian Munduate, the UNICEF Nigeria Country Representative, emphasized the importance of creating safe school environments, acknowledging Nigeria’s commitment to endorsing the Safe Schools Declaration and developing Minimum Standards for Safe Schools.NYSC Portal


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However, she highlighted the need for further progress and collective responsibility in safeguarding the educational environment. The statement was made to mark the 2024 International Day of Education with the theme “Learning for Lasting Peace.”informationguidenigeria

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According to her, “The theme of the 2024 International Day of Education, ‘Learning for Lasting Peace,’ underscores the crucial role of education in promoting peace and stability.JAMB Result

It serves as a reminder to all stakeholders of the importance of providing safe and secure learning environments.”

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