Yolanda, 17, goes to school in a rural space of East London, South Africa. She’s been campaigning for higher requirements of training in her nation, beginning along with her own school. She says it lacks fundamental sources, comparable to electrical energy in school rooms and clean bathrooms.
But when she visited the Department of Education to ask what could possibly be performed in regards to the bathrooms, she says she was told that the scholars ought to clean them.
“Quality education” is purpose 4 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, a set of targets introduced in 2015 to rework lives all over the world by 2030. The UN needs entry to high quality training for all by 2030.
This video is a part of Project 17, a BBC World Service sequence produced in partnership with the Open University, by which 17-year-olds take a look at progress on the UN’s 17 objectives. Find programmes and movies right here.
Video journalists: Björn Rudner and Eleanor Layhe