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Organization: Coronavirus Leaves Devastating Effects on   Whole Generation


Thu 03 Jun 2021 | 01:29 PM
Ahmed Moamar

An annual study conducted by experts of the Kids Rights” organization has revealed that the Coronavirus (known also as (COVID-19) will leave devastative effects on a whole generation if governments across the world do not take suitable decisions to address that catastrophe.

The organization, that based in Amsterdam, the city capital of the Netherlands ( named Holland) warns that millions of children in all parts of the planet were deprived of education due to the health restrictions of COVID-19 which leave long-range fallouts on the physical and mental health of the children.

According to the non-government organization, more than 168 million children in poor countries couldn’t go to school.

On the other hand, a third of the children in the world have no ability to pursue virtual lessons for reasons related to poverty and conditions of low-income families.

The authors of the Kids Rights organization stressed that some 142 million children suffer from deprivation as the world economy was hit deeply by the pandemic.

Also, about 370 million children couldn’t get daily meals from their schools, especially in the underdeveloped countries in Africa and Latin America.

However, 80 million children won’t get routine vaccines against the other diseases because the sector health in their countries comes under pressure of the COVID-19.

The Kids Rights scale monitors the conditions of children in 182 countries.

Iceland, Switzerland, and Finland top the scale as they spend a higher quota of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to go with the Convention on the Right of the Child.

But Chad, Afghanistan, and Sierra Leone came at the bottom of the scale.

The International Labour Organization (ILO) affirmed that 100 million workers joined unemployed people in all countries that become unable to create any new jobs.

The ILO indicated over its annual report that the crisis will prolong until 2023.

It criticized the slow response of the world to handle the pandemic.