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Empowering Girls and Young Women: What Works

"When Laila returned home from school in rural Yemen, she did not expect what her father, Nasser, had in store for her: a husband,...

NEW! Flexible Learning Strategies Video: Meet Gandla Malleswari

NEW! We are excited to be able to share with you our latest #FLSvideo! A success story and inspiration for what can be achieved for...

In education, girls deserve what works

"We often hear the phrase, “We know what works; we just have to do it.” And the value of insight and intuition gained through...

Girls as young as ten being forced into marriage; 14 million...

A new report — Just Married, Just a Child: Child Marriage in the Indo-Pacific Region — from Plan International Australia reveals that nearly 39,000...

Whatever Comes At Her — She’s Not Afraid Anymore

"Today, Ashmita wears her confidence like a crown. If football has taught her anything, it is to live up to the challenges the world...

#GirlsEdu: The Value of Girls’ Education in 2014 and Beyond

"It is 2014, and nearly 15 percent of women worldwide cannot read or write. That’s nearly 500 million women. But this is not just...

Consultation on the Impact of the Privatisation in/of Education on Girls’...

"The United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) is preparing a General Recommendation on girls and women’s right to education. The...

World’s girls struggle with chores

"Across the world girls as young as 4 are taking on a ‘curriculum of chores’ - juggling schoolwork with household jobs, reveals Plan’s ‘Real...

She snuck out to take exams after her parents burned her...

"I guess you could say that Tay Thi was a rebellious teenager. Except instead of skipping school, Tay Thi defied her parents by staying...

Catherine Bertini Fund Grants Put Girls on the Road to Success

"After 10 years leading the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Catherine Bertini decided to tackle a major root cause for food insecurity—lack of education. ...

Gender Summary turns spotlight on girls’ education

"Over 100 million young women in low and lower middle income countries are unable to read a single sentence. And 31 million girls are...

Back to school

"Protsahan India Foundation (PIF) uses creative arts such as design, photography, technology and cinema to encourage and empower vulnerable, at-risk and marginalised girls. The...

UNESCO, HNA Group and Hainan Foundation sign $5 million agreement to...

"Under the agreement, HNA Group will give UNESCO $5 million over the next five years for activities to accelerate gender equality in education throughout...

Unesco launches Malala fund

"United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) Director General Irina Bokova and the Pakistan’s Minister of State for Education, Training and Standards in...

In Guinea, groups of mothers work together to keep girls in...

"In Guinea, only 34 per cent of girls in rural communities complete their primary education. Saran’s story is not uncommon.

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