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Educate a Girl, Empower a Woman

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Transcript of Educate a Girl, Empower a Woman

Wealth
Educated Girls Change Lives
Health
Start With A Girl: A New Agenda For Global Health
http://bit.ly/ZB409a
Escaping Domestic Violence
http://bit.ly/PoMClw
In Images:
Women and Health
http://bit.ly/YNaCxW
http://bit.ly/Pux8N3
Training mothers as "first educators"
Community
WANE: Empowering widows through lifelong learning
http://bit.ly/PpBx3y
Maasai Girls' Education Fund
Nanhi Kali: Bridging the Gender Gap in India
http://bit.ly/P8QLKk
"Girls Education Transform Entire Communities"
http://1.usa.gov/Qtg2fN
But More Needs to Be Done
Educated Girls
Change Lives
http://1.usa.gov/Uf7L0Z
Gender Equity through Education in South Sudan
A Guide to Women’s Economic Empowerment
http://bit.ly/Yd84Ku
http://onforb.es/15xX9Aj
Inspiring
Stories

Girl Rising and the power to change the world
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The Case of Women MBAs at Harvard Business School
http://bit.ly/ZDd7oR
Beating the Odds: Stories of Malala Yousufzai and Suad Sharif Mohamed
Lighting the Way for Women
http://bit.ly/xN8PUo
"Let's make sure education reaches out to the poorest women"
http://bit.ly/ZFKkA3
Getting More Girls Into Technology
http://ind.pn/WEdQHC
Why Isn't Better Education Giving Women More Power?
http://bit.ly/WIKhXv
John J. Wood
Whose Responsibility is Girls' Education?
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Infographics Sources: GPE Education for All Blog
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Infographics Sources:
GPE Education for All Blog
UNESCO/Global Monitoring Report
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Infographics Sources: Women 2.0
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"We must continue to promote the value of girls’ education as a life-changer, and very often a life-saver. But alongside that, we need to get better at making the investment case for girls’ education. So let’s shout louder about that all-important bottom line." Carol Bellamy, Global Partnership for Education
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An educated female population increases a country’s productivity and fuels economic growth.
Every extra year of education for a girl increases her future income by between 10 and 20%.
According to a World Bank study, mothers with at least four years of schooling have around one third fewer children than mothers with no schooling – a crucial issue for sustainable development, given the impact of population growth on our planet’s resources.
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Equipping Girls for a Sustainable Future
http://bit.ly/12ePQ1A
Girls contribute to...
http://bit.ly/GGLU9t
UNESCO/Global Monitoring Report
http://bit.ly/ZH4WJN
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