top of page
  • Writer's pictureSylvain Richer de Forges

Exploring the Status of SDG4 in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis

Exploring the Status of SDG4 in Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis

As we strive for a more inclusive and equitable world, understanding the progress of Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG4) across Southeast Asian nations is crucial. Let's delve into the statistics showcasing the efforts and challenges in achieving quality education:


Making significant strides, Malaysia's primary school enrollment stands at an impressive 99.85%, while secondary school enrollment hovers around 88.7%. (Source: UNESCO)

Singapore: A leader in education, Singapore boasts a robust system with a literacy rate of nearly 97% and consistently ranks high in global education indices. (Source: World Bank)

Thailand: Despite progress, disparities persist, with rural areas facing challenges in access and quality. Yet, Thailand has achieved a net enrollment rate of 96% in primary education. (Source: UNICEF)

 Indonesia: The country's education system faces challenges related to infrastructure and quality, with primary school enrollment at approximately 94.2%. (Source: World Bank)

Vietnam: Making commendable progress, Vietnam has achieved nearly universal primary education enrollment and increased access to secondary education. (Source: UNESCO)

While these statistics highlight advancements, challenges such as access to quality education, disparities in rural areas, and infrastructure gaps persist across the region. Collaboration and targeted efforts are vital to ensure every child receives quality education, fostering a sustainable future.

Let's continue the dialogue on hashtag#SDG4 progress in Southeast Asia. Together, we can empower communities and drive positive change!

1 view0 comments


bottom of page