Sayed Sajid Naqvi
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As we have learnt browsing this page on Facebook, Sayed Sajid Naqvi lives in Layyah, United Arab Emirates. He studied at Mchigh School Layyah.
A few more words about Education in the United Arab Emirates as the main topics of Levelnaut website are Online Education, Health and Affiliate Marketing and Moneymaking.
“…Provision of education in the UAE began shortly after the establishment of the federation with the inception of the first university in Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates University. Since then, the country has progressed with efforts of ensuring high literacy rates, modern programs and women’s share in education. It works on improving its youths education which is why the agenda 2021 has been set. The UAE currently devotes approximately 25 percent of total federal government spending to education. As of 2019, the overall literacy rate is 96%.
Aid to Basic Education, the amount of bilateral and multilateral aid contributed or received by United Arab Emirates
Schoolchildren at the Sharjah International Book Fair in Sharjah, UAE
In 2006, the United Nations Programme on Governance in the Arab Region rated the UAE a .79 on its Education Index. The Programme defines the Index as, “one of the three indices on which the human development index is built.” It is based on the adult literacy rate and the combined gross enrollment ratio for primary, secondary and tertiary schools. Regionally, the countries scoring higher included the Occupied Palestinian Territories at .89; Libya, Lebanon and Kuwait at .87; Jordan and Bahrain at .86; and Saudi Arabia at .80. All of the countries ranked in the index reported a significantly higher number of phones per population than internet users, with the UAE claiming one hundred twenty eight versus twenty-nine. Internationally, the country with the highest rating was Australia with a .89 while Burkina Faso stood lowest at .27.
Despite not being among the highest rated on the Education Index, the UAE has made regionally significant achievements in ensuring women’s access to education. UNDP’s Millennium Development Goal No. 3, to “Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women” has reached its targeted levels of female participation in primary education and continues to increase.(See Women in the United Arab Emirates) In 1971 the rate of literacy for adult was 54% and 31% for woman.
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