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3 November, 09:45

The world bank's publication "why gender matters" (2000) describes a number of education-funding programs. what can you deduce from it about international efforts to increase girls' access to education?

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  1. 3 November, 10:09
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    Historically, the marginalization and lag of women and girls have been considered as negative indicators of the level of human and economic development of a country, particularly, low levels of schooling or the abandonment of school by girls denotes lack of equity between genders and leads to conditions of social, economic and legal disadvantage among others.

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    According to WHO "A girl or woman who attends school is realizing her fundamental human right to education. It also has a greater possibility of realizing its full potential over the course of life, since it will be better prepared to obtain a decent and well-paid job, for example, or away from a violent home"

    Therefore, the efforts of the world bank as mentioned in "why gender matters" (2000) have been directed to increase the access to basic and secondary education for women and girls all around the world, but particularly in developing countries where these inequities are still common.
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