In the early year’s people were not able to learn how to write or read, many just talked. People did not have the opportunity to educate.

This text is based on the education of reading and writing in Zimbabwe over the years. The statistic is based from 1982 to 2014, moreover the statistic shows the percentage of the inhabitants over the age 15 who can write and read in the country.

Later in the text I will show how the percentage has developed over the years.

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In conclusion

According to FN, the alphabetize in Zimbabwe it is 90,4% of the age between 15-24 that can read and write, and it is 88,7% over 15 years that can read and write.

For the children of the age 15-25 it was higher percentage in 1992 than in 2014, but for the children over 15 years it is higher percentage in 2014.

It is not that big development, but it is something, and something is better than nothing. Now, at this moment, we are trying to help children to finish their education, and learn how to write, read and communicate.

It is still children that cannot or do not have the opportunity to educate. Around 21 million children in the middle east and north Africa do not have the chance or cannot go to school.

It will be difficult for the people who lives in Africa to speak English, English is the national language that you can communicate with, and if the parents do not know the language, or the children.

How are you going to communicate with people from the USA, or the English-speaking countries?

The main problem I thought of was that, if you are damaged or you need help immediately, and the only person you can contact is English, how do you communicate if you do not know a single word of the language.