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DFID Sep 18
We agree, - as one of the largest donors to , the UK is fully committed to ensuring all children can access a quality education and no child is left behind
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Joanna Roper Sep 16
U.K. Home Secretary visits Islamabad College for Girls, part of project. Education for all remains priority for U.K. Govt.
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Joanna Roper Sep 16
My thanks to the teachers & pupils from Islamabad College for Girls, resplendent in regional outfits! Great to see so much passion for education from primary to graduate.
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nurainie haziqah Sep 17
It’s a wrap for Girl2Leader Squad Tea Party! I’m so happy to meet all the girls and can’t wait for our future collaborations.
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Mary Hunt Sep 17
Children in Sierra Leone are going back to school today. is supporting the Government’s initiative to provide free quality education for more than 1 million students - girls and boys - in government schools
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Ben Sadek 17h
Hi will you visit schools in Cox’s Bazaar and listen to what girls have to say to help inform the campaign?
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Mark Carew Sep 18
At the close of our workshop with research partners from the University of Nairobi Maseno University and JOOUST for 's girls education challenge project. Really excited for what comes next!
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nurainie haziqah Sep 15
Are you 25 and are interested to know about Girl2Leader? Join our Tea Party and be part of our Squad tomorrow! Register now by contacting the number in the poster!
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Camfed - Campaign for Female Education Sep 14
Every year, poverty forces millions of girls like Prospera to drop out of education. Together with our alumnae & partner communities, we’re working to help girls go . Join us to remove the barriers to :
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Ian Duddy 🇬🇧 Sep 13
Great to open event on “Women in Agriculture” at Uruguay’s largest trade & agricultural fair. An opportunity to hear success stories from 🇺🇾. 2018 = 💯 years since women got the vote in the UK 🇬🇧.
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Aide et Action International Sep 18
Education changes the world! Check out the op-ed that artist just penned in the to encourage the international community to "overcome the education deficit in the developing world"
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Kanbar Hossein Bor Sep 18
It’s easy to see why is leading S E Asia on gender rights and equality when you hear from such incredibly committed young women. An absolute honour to meet them.
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Magdalene Lagu Sep 16
bet we could find a few from GEC data. Families really do understand the value of (girls’) education. Need to move beyond thinking that all they need is sensitising.
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Gorilla Organization Sep 16
promote girls’ education. helps women to attend & learn how to connect remote communities, reducing pressure on the for income & fuel.
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nurainie haziqah Sep 13
Breakfast meeting at 8am - to remind each other that WE GIRLS CAN DO THIS!
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Piper Harlow Sep 13
I’m so honored to be asked to teach girls in South Africa to over come anxiety and become successful women in business. Please support
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Camfed - Campaign for Female Education Sep 13
Today Camfed's Lilla Oliver is at to discuss and & in challenging contexts, 2:30-3:45pm. Challenge.
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Camfed - Campaign for Female Education Sep 12
Here's some from Sarah, a secondary scholar in . Faced with the double disadvantage of her gender & disability, she's now reaching for her goals thanks to :
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Kori Habib Sep 12
Presently Mr Mabingue Ngom UNFPA Regional Director with Emir of Keffi at the Islamic Religious leaders Summit on
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Camfed - Campaign for Female Education Sep 11
Exciting news: Camfed's Lilla Oliver is heading to the Conference at the , armed with research from , to share results from our Girls’ Education Challenge project & help shape the way ahead.
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