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Improved literacy levels increases life expectancy, reduces child mortality, and contributes to a better standard of living.
Literacy and education strengthens the capabilities of individuals to access primary health care, political, and economic opportunities.
Education achieves economic development by creating a more skilled and employable populace.
Those who are educated defend and demand their legal rights and are harder to oppress and take advantage of compared to illiterate citizens. Educated people participate more actively in their community, have more progressive attitudes towards democracy, and are more likely to vote.
Literacy & Education Drives Nation Building
Education yields human, political, social, and economic benefits. Because each of these benefits is essential to the progress of human rights, education should be regarded as a fundamental human right, because it spurs economic development, reduces poverty, and enhances the quality of life for all those it reaches.
Oba Kabiru Adewale, and Queen Shotobi, Nigeria Ikorodu City in Nigeria