Access to Education

31 million girls of primary school age are not in school, according to a 2013 report by UNESCO, and about one out of every four young women in developing countries had never completed their primary school education.

That number represents a huge group of untapped girl power. The same UNESCO report said that educated women are more likely to get married later, survive childbirth, raise healthy kids, find work, and earn more money, among other positives.

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Access to Education

Access to Education

31 million girls of primary school age are not in school, according to a 2013 report by UNESCO, and about one out of every four young women in developing countries had never completed their primary school education.

That number represents a huge group of untapped girl power. The same UNESCO report said that educated women are more likely to get married later, survive childbirth, raise healthy kids, find work, and earn more money, among other positives.

Access to Education

Access to Education

31 million girls of primary school age are not in school, according to a 2013 report by UNESCO, and about one out of every four young women in developing countries had never completed their primary school education.

That number represents a huge group of untapped girl power. The same UNESCO report said that educated women are more likely to get married later, survive childbirth, raise healthy kids, find work, and earn more money, among other positives.