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World Bank Education Aug 15
NEW WORLD BANK REPORT: Not educating girls can cost countries between $15 trillion & $30 trillion dollars.
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Bridge 15h
Clara (left) doesn’t believe, like some in her community, that science is not for girls. She excels in science class. With hard work, she dreams of , to study medicine & become a doctor. Go, Clara! Read more:
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Girls Ed 18h
Flashback Friday - Let's celebrate women in history who changed the world for the better!
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All Children Reading 19h
Spot-on ideas from about how to create safe, nurturing environments in which can learn, among other things.
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GPE 22h
GPE’s approach to break down the barriers to : • Building the evidence base • Monitoring and analysis of results • Funding gender-responsive strategies for • Investing in global goods
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World Bank Education Aug 16
Women who have a secondary earn almost twice as much as those w/ no education, says a new World Bank report. Primary education simply isn’t enough! See why:
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Daniel Plaut Aug 16
An economic argument to a deeply moral issue: aside from being absolutely the right thing to do presents huge economic opportunities.
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Camfed Aug 15
We're working to overcome all barriers to in sub-Saharan Africa, including . It locks down a girl's future and denies her the chance to fulfil her potential and break the cycle of poverty for good.
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Camfed Aug 14
“My future now is bright because I am able to go to school! I need nothing more...my future is just waiting for me so I can reach it, and find it.” Together we can help more girls like Melody fulfil their potential:
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Camfed Aug 14
In , says C18th feminist Mary Wollstonecraft would still call for equality & education. Guess which NGO she'd champion, to "transform not only the position of women, but society more generally"?
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Camfed Aug 12
When you educate one, you educate many: Camfed alumnae work with communities to keep more children in school:
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Camfed Aug 10
Camfed envisions a world where every child is is educated, protected, respected & valued, & grows up to turn the tide of poverty. When we educate girls & empower women it's the starting point for social change:
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PSIPSE Aug 8
from breaks down key developments in from July. Get the scoop on shortcomings in cost estimates of not educating girls, role of practical optimism in reducing adolescent pregnancies & locally relevant indicators to measure girls' empowerment
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