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UKinZimbabwe 24h
TOMORROW: We’ll launch the -supported Girls Education Challenge Fund (LNGB) window, partnering with to ensure more girls get the education they deserve Aims: 📚Build girls’ confidence & skills ✏️Hear their voices 🌍Support their empowerment
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UKinZimbabwe 2h
Replying to @UKinZimbabwe
“I have 2 daughters, I don’t want them to just marry a lawyer or doctor, I want them to BECOME a lawyer or doctor." aims to improve the life chances of the hardest-2-reach girls & young women, to help them gain literacy, numeracy & life skills"– Isaac Makanani
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UnitedPurposeNigeria 43m
Where do you go to toilet? Today, 4.5 billion people live without safely managed sanitation and 892 million people still practise open defecation- Take action this and beyond to
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UKinZimbabwe 2h
“Hardest to REACH not hardest to TEACH!” – the programme aims to empower 21,780 marginalised girls in by providing them with education so that they can lead, decide & thrive. working in partnership with
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UKinZimbabwe 2h
Replying to @AnnabelGerry
“The (LNGB) programme will target 21,780 hardest-to-reach girls aged between 10 & 19 years old, up to 6% of whom are living with disabilities. We want to enable these girls to continue their schooling & transition on to secondary education." -
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Minnie Nov 10
Getting pregnant shouldn't mean an education is "done".
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Annabel Gerry 6h
As we launch we’re also celebrating the current work of in . One of the existing projects below:
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Ngcali Nov 10
Getting pregnant shouldn't mean an education is "done". & by ending all policies forcing expectant teenage parents out of school! Let’s to ensure everyone can complete quality education!
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UKinZimbabwe 2h
LEARN, LEAD, THRIVE: TODAY we launched the the -supported Girls Education Challenge Fund (LNGB) window, partnering with to ensure the hardest-to-reach and most marginalised girls in get the they deserve 📚✏️🇿🇼🇬🇧
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A1kazmi Nov 4
Very true: we need to create alliances and as the paper says invest at earlier levels to prevent later deprivation
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UK in Somalia 4h
The is committed to Sustainable Development Goal 4 - equal access to education for boys & girls by 2030. Through our supported Girls’ Education Challenge programme, we are helping marginalised & hard to reach girls in
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Annabel Gerry 5h
New 🇬🇧 programme will reach 21,780 adolescent girls, 11 districts, over 6 years in : ‘hardest to reach’ should not be ‘hardest to teach’!
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Elin Martinez Nov 12
We echo important message - the must mobilize to ensure that countries in - this includes and countless others that do have policies in place, but don't implement them
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Girls' Education Challenge Nov 12
Check out the latest blog on the website on two recent project launches in , where DFID is supporting the most marginalized girls to access an
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UN Girls' Education Initiative Nov 8
How will you put into action the knowledge, tools and ideas gleaned through the ? What strategies and partnerships do you need to advance in education? Delegates reflect...
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DFID Child,Youth&Ed Nov 8
Amazing girls education session today at the event today. Discussing how to .
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Vic Nov 8
Amazing inspiring day. We owe so much to those women 100 years ago; some who died for us. Empowering speeches from women MPs around the world. We still have a long way to go. But we won't give up. Girls ed session too ❤❤
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CAMFED - Campaign for Female Education Nov 7
Starting with a bake sale to support 32 girls in , 25 years on CAMFED has supported 2.6m children to go to school. Here's more about what we've achieved. As would say: 'we're just getting warmed up!"
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UN Girls' Education Initiative Nov 7
“Business as usual will not work.” implores delegates to leave the status quo at the door. To achieve gender transformative education we need to be much bolder in words and in actions.
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UN Girls' Education Initiative Nov 6
So why is a gender lens needed in education sector planning? And what is the all about? See the thread below for 3 key goals…
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