Education in Guinea is compulsory for children aged 6 to 14 and free for those aged 6 to 11. Primary school education consists of six years of schooling, followed by four years of secondary education. However, access to education is limited due to poverty and other factors such as a lack of trained teachers and inadequate educational materials. As a result, the literacy rate in Guinea is only 40%. There are also disparities between boys and girls in terms of access to education; only 60% of girls complete primary school, compared with 75% of boys. Higher education opportunities are limited in Guinea; there are only two public universities located in Conakry, the capital city. Unfortunately, due to limited resources and funding, many students struggle to complete their studies. To help combat this issue, the government has implemented scholarships for students from disadvantaged backgrounds who wish to pursue higher education. Check andyeducation for Guinea School and Education.
Guinea Area Code
+224 is the dialing code for Guinea. Guinea on the West African coast has rich natural resources and the economy is mainly based on mineral […]