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Garbiñe Muguruza Apr 18
I sat down with to share why literacy & are so important to me & why I've teamed up with . My goal is to create a library in filled w/ children's books. Join me today I'm over halfway to reaching my goal!
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Bridge Dec 17
A survivor of school-related gender-based violence who narrowly avoided early marriage, Alice understands the barriers that girls experience on a daily basis. See how she's addressing these issues head on c/o
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talkingeducation Sep 18
"When a girl is educated, her eyes are opened to her full potential and the possibilities on offer to her. She believes that she can achieve just as much, if not more than the boys in her community, and rightly so."
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Adam Rogers 🌎🌍🌏 Intrepid Traveler Jul 29
NEW REPORT from the : Not educating girls can cost countries up to $30 trillion dollars. Seems clear to me, but will this change? Holding girls back is holding eveyone back.
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Jim Yong Kim Jul 12
Educating girls is 1 of the quickest ways to build . Our new report estimates failing to do so has cost the world as much as $30T in lost earnings. No society can reach its full potential if half the population is left behind.
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Deborah Levine Oct 24
"Girls' education is not about going to school it's about girls being able to enjoy each and every opportunity they get" Student Leader Advisory Council member Isha from
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World Bank Jul 27
NEW REPORT: Not educating girls can cost countries between $15 trillion & $30 trillion dollars:
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CGC Uganda Jul 12
On average, for every year a girl stays in school, her marriage is delayed a year. Educated girls typically marry later,when able to bear and care for their children.
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Anoara Merrily on High Mughal 1 Dec 17
Met an inspirational 13 year old girl today, who has made a positive impact & change by speaking out about housing issues- we were in complete awe at her bravery. May need a soon!
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WUSC - EUMC Jul 11
face a double discrimination, due to their gender and refugee status. In the Nduta refugee camp in north-west , 93% of secondary school-aged girls are out of school. Read more:
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Julia Bunting Jan 24
Thanks to for publishing this piece by my colleagues as we continue our commitment to bring awareness, evidence & solutions to complex issues in global health & development.
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Bridge Nigeria Sep 16
We believe that girls can achieve anything if they’re encouraged, supported and inspired to believe in their superpower and reach for the skies. Do you? Like/Share to show your support for
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Room to Read EU & AF Sep 7
Maiden's restoration has been made possible by support of HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein. TRH The Prince of Wales & The Duchess of Cornwall, as guests of HRH Princess Haya, were invited to meet the newly restored Maiden this week before she sets sail in support of
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Melb. Girls Grammar 22 Oct 17
Students do better in single-sex schools – study
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Bridge 15h
Why we should invest in educating girls via feat. and
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Bridge Oct 25
Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle stresses the importance of providing women and girls in developing countries with education to ensure economic and social development in a speech at ⁦
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Room to Read Oct 11
Today for International we want you meet Kamla - an incredible woman from India who graduated from our program. When Kamla's father told her to drop out of school to marry, she negotiated to continue her education instead!
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Sarah Ireland Sep 25
Great to see so many leaders (political and otherwise) at commit to giving girls the chance to thrive. We need policy change, funding commitments and a focus on gender equality if we are going to succeed.
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Westfield School Feb 6
We're celebrating the centenary of SOME women getting the vote today
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Adhieu Majok 🇸🇸 18h
Investing in girls means you are investing in the entire community.
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