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Passed Resolutions - IDIA

Passed Resolutions - IDIA

12 6. Stresses the

12 6. Stresses the importance of a pre-school-kindergarten run with the cooperation of national states and UNICEF to address the situation of children dropping out of school; 7. Encourages nation states to work with the UNICEF in order to create curriculums specifically tailored for the individual nation that: a. Addresses health and hygiene education for all people, b. Focuses on applying the learned material to their lives; 8. Welcomes the use of School-In-A-Box in areas that lack educations resources that would: a. Contain information on basic primary education, b. Utilize village leaders or outstanding citizens as instructors for these boxes, c. Incorporates organization such as UNICEF, UNDP, and NGOs to: i. Distribute the boxes, ii. Determine what the boxes contain, iii. Working with village leaders, d. Serve as a short-term solution; 9. Suggests the use of educational plays, speeches, and/or presentations in areas without basic education resources and extremely low literacy rates to emphasize the need for education and human rights; 10. Urges the creation of a school transportation job to bring children to and from school if necessary; 11. Encourages nations to work around student’s schedules by offering staggered school times that would set primary, secondary, and adult education for appropriate times; 12. Recommends the establishment of vocational training and literacy programs for all people with a curriculum designed to train those in the program in the state specific industries; 13. Welcomes support and awareness for gender equality within nation states. 14. Urges African national legislatures to institute and strongly enforce mandatory schooling laws between the ages of five and sixteen; 15. Urges African national legislatures to adopt policies that encourage higher education and those who have not completed primary or secondary school, regardless of age; 16. Express Hope that national governments with the help of UNICEF will develop strong economic and political relationships so that industries will provide scholarships for students pursuing higher education, fund industry specific vocational skills, and fund educational infrastructure (i.e. electricity, building, textbooks). Philadelphia Model United Nations 2007

13 UNICEF Resolution 1-2 The United Nations Children Fund Acknowledging the crisis known as the lack of education in African nations, Recognizing the universal right of every child to an education, Keeping mind that Africa is a diverse land full of unique people, Recognizing the importance of gender equality in education, Expressing desire to expand education for all, Realizing the necessity of achieving the Millennium Development Goal of universal primary education by 2015, 1. Requests each nation to establish an education initiative for the purposes of : a. defining national curriculum by working with political, religious, and cultural leaders and UNICEF; ideal primary school curricula would include reading/writing, basic arithmetic, and personal health/ hygiene classes, b. supervising the management and distribution of funds and resources c. setting teacher standards and training teachers, especially women, and recruiting volunteers from educationally developed nations to teach, d. encouraging nations to offer special secondary courses including the subjects of: i. business, ii. childcare and early childhood development, iii. modern agricultural technology, iv. engineering, v. basic medical training, vi. for the purpose of expanding the opportunities open to students with only a high school diploma; 2. Hopes that vocational education groups can work to achieve greater attendance for post-secondary education; 3. Asks the World Bank and Food for Thought to expand their school feeding programs for students who maintain adequate attendance; 4. Requests nations to encourage the implementation of education seminars at food distribution centers through the program Save the Children; 5. Encourages governments to offer the option of educating students at different times according to age and school level; 6. Strongly Supports flexible education programs such as: a. Attending school Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and using days off to work and reinforce their lessons, Philadelphia Model United Nations 2007

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