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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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World Bank Jul 12
Women with secondary education ✔️ Have more opportunities to make household decisions ✔️ Are at less risk of intimate partner violence ✔️ Have healthier, better educated children ✔️ Become more active members of their community
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Bridge Oct 2
For some Ugandan girls, writes it is a choice between pregnancy and education: "Without school, options are limited and the cycle of poverty continues." Find out more: c/o
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RBL Bank Dec 22
The 4th edition of was led by Mr. Jasmeet Singh Gandhi along with 16 employees from to to spread awareness on in India. The closing ceremony was attended by ace cricketer .
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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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WISE May 29
She fights against poverty and inequality in Africa. She supports girls to go to school and succeed. She empowers young women to step up as leaders of change. She is Ann Cotton. 👉
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Room to Read Mar 19
c/o For let’s look to the future. One of the most important investments we can make is to ensure girls stay in school & are able advocate for themselves. Our program has helped 50,000+ girls succeed!
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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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World Bank Jul 16
RT Gender inequality in is yet another fixable issue that is costing the world trillions. It is time to close the gender gap in education and give girls and boys an equal chance to succeed, for the good of everyone.
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AgaKhanFoundationCan May 24
In Afghanistan’s rural northern provinces, the barriers to educating girls are diverse– but often, the solutions are simple. Read some of the practical ways has supported in & out of the classroom:
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Global Teacher Prize Nov 10
With 37 million refugee children not in school, investment in girls' is crucial
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Varkey Foundation Feb 7
When it comes to getting girls into , are calling on businesses to do more
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World Bank Kenya Oct 21
RT if you agree: Girls who complete secondary education tend to be healthier
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UN Geneva Aug 6
Not educating girls costs countries trillions of $, says new Report :
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Julia Gillard Nov 27
This your generosity, matched by young women like Alice, will be matched again by . has a multiplier effect like no other, and helps us for girls for good. JG
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Population Council Feb 2
"Disasters are threatening gains made in girls’ education." Insights on links between climate shocks and from experts:
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Room to Read May 18
WOW, feeling like there's nothing we can't do for and after last night's New York Gala. $3M raised to benefit 60,000 children. You read that right, 60,000!
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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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Africa ELI 21h
Visitation Day for family and friends at school this past weekend! . . .
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GCE-US Oct 15
Starting in 1 hour - talk to you soon! Tonight 7:30pm ET with
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