The Coronavirus pandemic has left students’ graduation postponed for next year and consequently endangers their future jobs prospects.
Bridging the widening gap in education between the poor and the rich during and in the wake of Covid-19 with a focus on Kenya
In spite of the pandemic we cannot neglect the importance of pursuing the SDG’s. The pandemic has a negative effect on development with risks of possible increase in poverty, hunger, gender inequality and lack of access to quality education for all. Immediate efforts are done to prevent hunger and people getting sick focused on short-term consequences of the pandemic. However, the long-term effects of the pandemic cannot be ignored. If we don’t take measures now, there will be increased inequality among other things. One reason for that is the challenge to continue education (for marginalized communities).