President Peter Mutharika on Sunday said unless the developing world prioritized investment in education, it would continue to move in a vicious cycle of poverty.

“And the vicious cycle of poverty can only be broken by having inclusive and quality education for global education opportunities,” Mutharika said.

He said governments, communities and people would always have competing and urgent priorities, “but we cannot have a decent hierarchy of priorities wherever education is less prioritized.”

Mutharika was speaking when he addressed a ‘High Level Meeting of the International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunities’ in New York, USA.

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