Education is the key for the real growth of a country. After the first aids by means of health and food assistance, people in developing countries need instruction. This is the best way to help their populations and make them self-sustaining.
On a smaller scale, a higher level of education could improve the quality of life in many different ways, ranging from prevention to contract infectious diseases to lower the probabilities of malnutrition.
Education in developing countries is made difficult by numerous correlated factors including poverty, child labor and lack of adequate facilities.
Moreover, local teachers in developing countries often didn’t have the chance to attend university or simply specialize in the subject they teach. In addition, their job is made harder by the shortage of didactic materials.
Many projects are currently ongoing worldwide to rise the education level and make it more accessible to all children.
A significant amount of these programs is aimed to provision of didactic materials, building of facilities and formation of local teachers, mostly concerning language and art subjects.
The importance of teaching scientific subjects in developing countries is often underestimated and complicated by the lack of appropriate materials.