Form Four 2023
From Different Districts, Regions and Organisations in Tanzania
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Lack of Electricity in Schools
For many students and teachers across the African continent, energy poverty is a challenge faced every day both at home and at school. In fact, 90 million children in sub-Saharan Africa go to primary schools that lack electricity.
That means that classrooms must be conducted without no projectors, presentations, fans, air conditioning units, night or evening classes, computers, or access to the internet.
One of the biggest and baddest effects of lack of energy is that energy poverty greatly reduces teaching resources and classroom materials. Without electricity, students have limited resources in order to complete their assignments.
This also translates in lack of current information. Teachers aren’t able to make copies of school assignments or connect to the internet to research what activities or materials are available online. They also can’t access online resources, such as videos and other multimedia sources.
As a result, teachers are unable to provide their students with the quality of education they deserve.