Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Sustainable Development Goal 4

Quality education is the foundation of sustainable development, As a policy intervention, education is a multiplication force, which gives self-sufficiency, increasing the skills increases economic growth and improves the quality of life by opening opportunities for better livelihood.Education prepares children for success and gives them the tools they need to thrive! Education is essential to the success of all the Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goal 4 


Goal 4: Quality education



Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all

There has been a dramatic increase in literacy rates in the last years . Worldwide countries have made tremendous progress in increasing the accessibility of education at all levels and increasing rates of recruitment in schools, and basic literacy skills have also improved.


Challenges For Goal 6 


As we all know , Today the world has more knowledge than ever before, But every person can not take advantage of it. Quality Education  has faced tough challenges in developing regions due to high levels of poverty, armed conflicts and other emergencies. In several countries in West Asia and Central Africa, however, youth literacy rates remain less than 50%. 

still 750 Million students cannot read and write according to UNICEF
still 750 Million students cannot read and write according to UNICEF



Between the ages of 15-24, the literacy in the world is improved between 1990 and 2015 from 83% to 91%.while the number of illiterate youth declined from 170 million to 115 million. but still Gender inequality is a Biggest problem. 
Literacy among youth is rising, but young women lag behind
The youth literacy rate of man population between the age 15-24 is increased from 85 to 92 %, whereas in female population it increases from 76% to 87% between 1986 to 2016 . 

Why is Sustainable Development Goal 4 important


Quality education is the foundation of sustainable development,  As a policy intervention, education is a multiplication force, which gives self-sufficiency, increasing the skills increases economic growth and improves the quality of life by opening opportunities for better livelihood.Education prepares children for success and gives them the tools they need to thrive! 

Education is essential to the success of all the Sustainable Development Goals

education is the foundation of sustainable development goals
Education is the foundation of sustainable development goals



How Quality Education Eradicate poverty 




The effects of poverty on children can lead to lifetime struggles, especially when young people are not fully educated.

There is a deep connection between poverty and education, because children living in poverty can not attend school, so that they can work at home. In this way, children are deprived of the education and arithmetic skills, There is great need to advance their careers.


According to new Report If all children finished secondary school, the number of people living in poverty would decrease 50%!

How education helps human step by step 

Education →→→ Technical Farming without pollution →→→→ Climate Change →→→ End Poverty .


Education helps to save our planet
Education helps to save our planet 


Target of Sustainable development goal 6 In India 


India has made  progress towards implementing the scheme of Education for All. Many key programs and policies have been initiated to provide free and compulsory education to all children in the age group of 6-14 years as a Fundamental Right.  such as Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) and Right to Education (RTE) have given the desired impetus to education system in India. Though it has significantly improved the enrolement rates across the country in primary education.


 As a signatory to the SDGs, India has committed to ensuring inclusive and quality education to all children by 2030.

An initiative The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) provides for inclusive elementary education for all and reserved 25% quotas in private schools for children from economically weaker sections (EWS) of the society. Education for inclusion specifically intended to give equal opportunities for all sections of society that includes gender, SC/ST, minorities, migrants, out of school children and children with special needs, require strong government intervention. Major Policies and Interventions for Education and Learning

RTE -   Right of children to free and compulsory education till completion of elementary education in a school.

With a view to increase  enrolment, retention and attendance and simultaneously improving the nutritional levels among children, the Centrally assisted National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education was launched on 15th August 1995, popularly known as Mid Day Meal Scheme, under which hot cooked nutritious meal provided to every child studying in classes I to VIII every day except holidays. India has world’s largest Mid-day Meal scheme, at present serving nutritious food to 10-crore students in 11.5 lac schools.

The gross enrolment rate (GER) in primary education though declined from 118.62 % in 2010-11 to 111.89% in 2014-15 where as upper primary education GER increased from 81.15% to 101.04 during the same period.


an objective of Goal 6




  1. By 2030, to ensure that all girls and boys complete free, equal and excellent primary and secondary education, to get the results of effective and effective learning for goal 4.
  2. To ensure that all girls and boys are well-developed, care and primary pre-school facilities are available in early childhood, so that they can be ready for primary education.
  3. By 2030, ensuring that all women and men are accessible on the basis of affordable and quality technical, professional and undergraduate / postgraduate education, university equality.
  4. To increase the number of such youth and adults by 2030, to a large extent, those who have appropriate skills, including technical and business skills for employment, good job and entrepreneurship.
  5. To completely eliminate the inequality between girls and boys in education by 2030 and ensure equitable access to all levels of education and vocational training for people with disabilities, native residents and children surrounded by crisis situations.
  6. Objective of sdgoal6 is to educate everyone
    Objective of sdgoal6 is to educate everyone 
  7. By 2030, ensuring that all adults  in a large proportion including men and women become literate and learn to compute.
  8. By 2030 to ensure that all the learners acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to encourage sustainable development. In addition to this, among other things, learning about sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, culture of peace and encouragement to non-violence, global citizenship, understanding of cultural diversity and the contribution of culture in sustainable development.
    Girls have equal right of education
    Girls have equal right of education 
  9. To create and upgrade such teaching facilities that are child, disability and gender sensitive, and provide a safe, nonviolent, inclusive and effective learning environment for everyone.
  10. By 2020, significantly expanding the number of scholarships available to developing countries, especially the least developed countries, small island developing countries and African countries, by which people of these countries are engaged in vocational training, information and communication technology, technical, engineering and scientific programs. Get higher education in developed countries and other developing countries
  11. Significant increase in the supply of skilled teachers by 2030 This involves the mobilization of international cooperation for teacher training in developing countries, especially in the least developed countries and small island developing countries.


Conclusion -- 

                         Every person has the right to education. It is our duty to guide a person if he is not sent their children due to poverty or for any other reason.because only education will make us strong. Education shapes the future of every child.

Guide others for education and about its values
Guide others for education and about its values 





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