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Room to Read Mar 6
On Monday we shared Dzung’s story – a graduate from Room to Read Vietnam who used her education to launch a real estate career. We just heard she’s celebrating the grand opening of her first business in Ho Chi Minh City. Congratulations, Dzung!
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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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Archive: World Bank Group President 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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UNICEF Education Jul 17
Women who have a secondary earn almost 2x as much as those without. Secondary education for girls is among the best investments we can make for a safer, healthier, wealthier world. Retweet if you agree! v/
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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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Room to Read Feb 15
Last year on , sat down with our graduate Nirupa from Nepal who shared her inspiring story of perseverance & determination!
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Julia Gillard 27 Nov 17
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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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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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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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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CAMFED - Campaign for Female Education Oct 12
CAMFED alumnae from Bolga made this great video for . Who could resist their call to join the movement for ? Educate a girl & she will change the world!
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Room to Read May 10
Some mothers come into our lives as mentors & turn into family. Our social mobilizers do exactly that acting as pillars of support for students. With around the corner we honor all motherly figures who encourage girls to stay in school
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UN Geneva Aug 6
Not educating girls costs countries trillions of $, says new Report :
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Mary-Lou O'Brien 🗯️ 5h
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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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Nusrath Hassan 17h
Thank you so much, . You have inspired and motivated me a lot through the years. I’m so grateful for the support and excited for what is to come! ❤️✨
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GCE-US Mar 21
"Education Diplomacy builds relationships, establishes trust, and promotes accountability for change..." Check out the latest action blog from on "Five Ways to Grow as an Education Diplomat and Lead for Girls’ Education."
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WUSC - EUMC Mar 20
Are you in the area? Are you passionate about women and girls' empowerment through education? Join WUSC and Ottawa on Saturday, April 13 for a day of learning:
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Deborah Stacey Mar 19
If more girls knew how much there is in the real world of , there’d be more women in STEM!
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Deborah Stacey Mar 16
Juniors in high school who are looking for college may be interested in a new opportunity at Dream Riders of Kentucky.
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