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The Education of Girls in the Developing World
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Out of the world’s 130 million out-of-school youth, 70 percent are girls
http://www.girleffect.org/learn/the-big-pictur ----- VIDEO The Girl Effect Girls in the developing world Some facts Before the age of eighteen, 38% of girls in the developing world are married and 1/4 - 1/2 of girls become mothers Pregnancy is the leading cause of death in the world for girls ages 15-19 Cambodian men have an average of 2.6 years of education while Cambodian women averaged 1.7 years Issue: Gender Inequality very different from Western "gender inequality" Map of Gender Discrimination map of Gender Inequality in Education Map by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Map by the United Nations Environmental Programme More girls have been killed in the last 50 years, precisely because they were girls, than men were killed in all the battles of the twentieth century common physically harmful forms of Discrimination: Genital cuttings
Honor killing Lethal Matter Reasons to be killed:
wanting to choose husband
"inappropriate" relationship outside of marriage
homosexual Gender Inequality in Education Out of the world’s 130 million out-of-school youth, 70 percent are girls Approximately one-quarter of girls in developing countries are not in school Why are girls not in school? educational attainment sexual and reproductive transitions Disrupting a girls' education or a consequence of no schooling? Boys sexual maturation does not interfere with their schooling as much Fees Families send two healthiest boys married off 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ 2 3 Child labor to increase family income 4 5 Sugar Daddies The Benefits of Educating girls When a girl in the developing world receives 7 or more years of education, she marries 4 years later and has 2.2 fewer children Empowers women practice a master a skill confidence Applied skill brings profit respect participation in community How they give back to their community social status learning practical skills increases confidence Education
Leadership Bargaining power within household Challenges the way they think and causes them to question aspects of society By the Nike Foundation When women and girls earn income, they reinvest 90 percent of it into their families as compared to only 30 to 40 percent for a man Deferred consumption is higher among women than men in the developing world Education promotes Gender Equality *Focusing on girls' education is not focusing on one group over another If women are illiterate, how can they be equal? = = = = Gender Equality's Role in the Economy women are 50% of the population Gender Equality effects a country's development might indirectly affect economic growth through the effect it has on population growth, labor force growth, and the investment rate Allows businesses to build and grow sustainably levels of discrimination development of country The Millennium Development Goals In order to reduce extreme poverty and its manifestations Without a dramatic acceleration, by 2015 40% of countries will still not attain gender equality in enrollments, and some 89 countries will not achieve universal primary education The most critical of all the MDGs is the one which works for gender parity in education Economic Growth Girl's education Greater influence in society An extra year of primary school boosts girls’ eventual wages by 10-20% An extra year of secondary school: 15-25% A low female-male enrollment ratio is associated with a lower level of GDP per capita higher economic opportunity and productivity Reduced Child mortality improved family nutrition and health, and increased prevention of HIV/AIDS often rooted in "culture" $ $ $ $ a b c d e f g = = = = = = Pictures Education does not always work to stimulate economic growth does not guarentee = treatment
there are always exceptions
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