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61% for males.
57% for females.
The average literacy rate for Latin American and Caribbean developing countries is 92%. (World Bank 2015)
50% Do not attend school.
Only 29% of Haitians 25 and above attended secondary school. (USAID 2015)
30% of children in primary school will not make it to third grade;
60% will abandon school before sixth grade. (UNICEF 2008)
Almost 80 percent of teachers have not received any pre-service training. (USAID 2015)
Half of public sector teachers in Haiti lack basic qualifications. (USAID 2015)
90% of primary schools are non-public and managed by communities, religious organizations or NGOs. (USAID 2007)
(CCLC) COMMUNITY CONTAINER LEARNING CENTER PROJECT
A Shipping Container can be purchased for as low as $2,000, providing a solid housing structure with walls, ceiling, and floor already in place at a reasonable cost to the impoverished in other nations.
Containers are built to be stacked eight high and tossed violently out on the high seas, Shipping Containers are incredibly durable with the capacity to withstand a sizable earthquake.
A major problem with remote and rural infrastructure is the risk of break-ins. Containers need a blowtorch or dynamite to break into and are too heavy to lift up and make-off with without anyone noticing. This contributes to making it a safe structure for use in remote areas.
The containers are easily transported from place to place by truck, rail, or ship since they already are built to standard shipping requirements. They are all 8-foot wide and vary in lengths from 8 to 56 feet. They range from 8 ft. to 9 ft. 6 in. in height. Purchasing a module and having it shipped to a location is not a problem.
WHY SHIPPING CONTAINERS?
Today, numerous Haitian children lack access to quality education. Schools in Haiti face challenges maintaining student attendance which leads to poor student achievement, dropping out, and lower literacy levels. Uneducated parents are often unable to send more than one of their children to school at a time, and often choose boys over girls. Cycles of poverty can occur generation after generation and thwart economic and social progress. Haiti’s literacy is the lowest in the Western Hemisphere. The factors that impact completion of school education include (Sources: CIA World Data Book, UNESCO, World Data Bank, Summits Education):
Seventy-eight percent (78%) of the population live on less than $2 USD a day: most families average $240 USD per year
Families have several students of school age to enroll
$100.00 USD per year. . .estimated annual tuition for a student
$35.00 USD per year. . .estimated cost of uniforms and materials
Limited books and materials in mother tongue of Kreyòl in K3 to grade 3 for initial learning
Limited access to school libraries
Eighty-five percent (85%) of teachers lack basic qualifications
Ninety percent (90%) of schools are run with little oversight