Youth learning from youth is an undeniable growing education strategy. Researches have proven that peer learning boosts youth’s “self-esteem, awaken their interest in challenging tasks, enhance scholarly achievement, and foster prosocial behavior.”
Over half of schools in sub-Saharan Africa lack proper access to basic services such as clean water and sanitation, which are crucial to students’ educational performance. Every year, about 443 million school days are lost due to theses issues.
Each year in Africa, more than 1.5 million children under the age of 5 die from pneumonia and diarrhea. These two leading causes of child mortality can be greatly reduced by increasing access to water and sanitation and by promoting good…
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