By: Mark Leon Goldberg on July 20, 2010 MDG 2 calls for universal primary education. Last month, the UN released a major MDG review study showing that 89% of children in the developing world are enrolled in primary education. In sub-saharan Africa, enrollment stands at 76%, which is up from 58% in 1999. The report credits governments that have abolished school fees and undertaken other policies that make access to eduction more affordable for poor children. The video below shows how one sub-Saharan African country, Liberia, is working to increase access to primary education for Liberian children. Consider it a grounds-eye snapshot of how public policy is implemented in a developing country recovering from a decade of war. Free primary education: A stepping stone towards a better future for children in Liberia from UNICEF: Back on Track on Vimeo.