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Countries, including India, cut down on education budget due to Covid: World Bank

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Countries, including India, cut down on education budget due to Covid: World Bank
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According to a World Bank report, the education budgets in economically backward countries have been slashed by 65 per cent due to the covid pandemic. In better-off economies, it has dropped to 33 per cent. The World Bank report is based on data from 29 countries.

The data was collected from economically backward countries including Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Bangladesh, Egypt, India, Kenya, Kyrgyz Republic, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Tanzania, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Jordan, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Turkey, Chile and Panama.

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