Because of the unrest in the Middle East approximately 30 million children are not able to attend school.


GENEVA: It was said by United Nation that the continue fight in the Middle East has been deprived the 30 million children out of sight schools by which they are being fighter in initial ages.

It is intense misery act. UN (United Nation) agency UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) issued a report in regarding of adequate “Attack on Education”.

Unrest in the Middle East and North Africa directly impacts on children are being. Due to unrest feature of these dying areas is being miserable.

It was further said by United Nation that: Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya and Sudan an estimated 37 million children are not gone to school.

This quantity is aggregate 40% of those who go to schools. It is fear that this quantity might be increased and reached at 50%.

It was said in the report of UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) that in: Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya 9 thousands schools were not been in condition that education can start once again there.

Just during 2014 in: Syria, Iraq, Libya, Palestine, Sudan and Yemen 214 schools have been attacked and destroyed. This is present condition in Syria that a school is close from every 4 schools and 20 million children were being affected by it.

It was said in “Attack on Education” that Students, teachers and educational professionals kidnapping and murder are common things in the Middle East and North Africa.

Thousands of teachers have been left teaching and other professionals who were relate to education while children are imposed to work for supporting their families.

Middle East and North African region UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund)’s Regional Director said that Children in the region over the devastating effects of war can feel because by unrest children’s great feature hopes is being broken breathes.

Due to lacking in serving education children are being fighters in their initial little ages to make education better UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) requires 30 billion dollars in this year.