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Authors: Ibrahim, H. M., Junaidu, M. G., Muhammad, M. A., Isah, R.

Journal Article | Publish Date: 01/December/2023


This paper discussed Basic education as the foundation of all learning, as it is based on basic skills such as literacy, numeracy, and critical thinking. It also involves teaching individuals how to use technology and other resources to learn new skills and solve problems. Capacity building is the process of enhancing an individual or organization's capacity to improve their performance. It basically involves providing the necessary resources and training to individuals or organizations so that they can increase their efficiency and effectiveness. The study used a survey research design. Secondary source of data was used to source out data for the paper. The paper discussed the benefits of investing in basic education and capacity building to include; it helps to create a more educated and skilled workforce. This is important for any economy, especially in a depressed economy one as it helps to create more job opportunities. Basic education and capacity building can help to reduce poverty and inequality, as well as to promote economic growth. Investing in basic education and capacity building can also lead to improved health outcomes and improved the quality of life. It includes increased access to healthcare, improved access to food and nutrition, and better access to education. More again, investing in basic education and capacity building can also help to reduce the crime rate social cohesion. The paper discussed strengthening economic and national development in depressed economy to include; Investing in basic education and capacity building can help to strengthen economic and national development. Basic education and capacity building are essential for economic growth, as it improvise the skills of the workforce and creating more jobs. Investing in basic education and capacity building improves access to healthcare, food, education, and better living standards. The paper concludes that this can help to reduce poverty, inequality, and crime. It creates more jobs, reduce poverty, inequality and promote economic growth. Additionally, it can lead to improved health outcomes, increased access to food and education, and improved quality of life.


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