Help was given to 17 countries during Kovid
Qatar has created a special fund to help children in different parts of the world who are facing shortage of basic resources during the covid pandemic. Through this, Qatar was able to deliver aid to 17 countries. The Minister of Education also informed that the Qatar Education Above All Foundation has been formed to ensure that the children there get the best quality education during times of disaster and conflict.
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New methods of education should be developed
She added that this summit will help us to join hands in creating a globally agile education system, to ensure that the rights of children and youth are protected and to identify and address the needs of the student community. She said that in times of tragedies like the covid pandemic that disrupt learning activities, new methods of education need to emerge and the UN summit will be a platform for such deliberations.
Investment in education sector should be increased
As we move closer to the Sustainable Development Goals, the world cannot shirk its responsibility to ensure every child has access to quality education. For this, it is necessary to further strengthen the investment in the education sector. They also pointed out that many countries do not have the necessary physical resources for this. The covid crisis and price hike have adversely affected the national budgets to a large extent. But it should be ensured that these do not affect the investment in the field of education in any way. She said that for Qatar, the country has adopted an approach that gives primary importance to education and it will continue to do so.
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