Education is the basic right of everyone but here we will discuss the girl’s education. Every girl deserves an education as girls are not statistics or wealthy of men. She is a child worthy of the future.
As we see all over the world that girls face gender discrimination because they give birth to girls rather than boys. Value to the Girls’ education is not likely to be given all over the world as should be given, they are more likely to be coerced into child abuse, abuse, or exploitation by traffickers.
Her life and her future are in danger. An educated girl can change everything. A girl Students have the potential to be healthy, safe, and able to make decisions about their lives and futures. She will decide when she plans to get married and have children as it’s just her right to be decided. She will send her children to school and stay there longer.
We understand the importance of educating girls and how much society needed an educated girl. We are committed to ensuring that every child ultimately grows up healthy, educated, and secure.
With your help, we can teach girls who don’t have time to learn other things. It is about changing their lives, the lives of their children, and the future of their community.
Encourage girls’ Education:
The Save the Children Foundation for Late Childhood aims to target children most at risk – those affected by global advances in health, education, and child care, including girls. Many girls face particular challenges depending on who they are or where they were born. Together, we will improve girls’ education. We will reach out to every girl and help her grow up healthy, educated, and secure. You have the freedom to take charge of your life, to express your feelings, and to decide your future.
Do you know?
- A girl under 15 gets married every 7 seconds.
- Girls are 3 times more likely to miss school *
- Girls are twice as likely to die from malnutrition *
- Girls are twice as likely to be raped *
- Twice girls are forced to do trafficking*
Source: United Nations Foundation
Importance of Girls’ Education:
In Cambodia, nearly 23% of children are absent from school. More importantly, 52 out of 1,000 girls become mothers. These girls are disenfranchised and forced to grow up quickly.
But with purity and passion, 5-year-old Roja set off for a bright future. She attends a children’s center near the city. There UN foundation supports her early learning and development, including drawing and painting to develop her creativity. They also involve parents, guardians, and the whole community in training teachers and in supporting girls’ education and training.
UN Foundation is likely to be played a vital role in promoting girls’ education. The increase in the education of young girls has been beneficial in recent years. According to estimates by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 130 million girls between the ages of 6 and 17 are illiterate. The importance of teaching girls should not be overlooked. Investing in girls’ education benefits everyone.
The quality of girls’ education:
Studies have shown positive results: more women and girls are better educated and more accessible. Studies show that education improves the lifestyle of women in business, relationships, and health.
According to a 2012 UN report, 95% of the 28.5 million children with no primary education live in low- and middle-income countries. 55% of these children are women. According to a 2014 World Bank report using multi-year data from 139 countries, the average rate of return to school across the sector was 9.6% per year, but average shooting rates are higher for women than for men.
In addition, educating girls today will also be of great benefit to future citizens. According to UNESCO data, if every woman in the world graduates for the first time, the number of child deaths could be reduced by one in six, saving nearly a million lives each year. It would also reduce by two-thirds the number of maternal deaths, generally avoided by the United Nations. Schools can provide a forum for girls to discuss life skills, health awareness, and children’s issues.
The importance of girls’ education is generational. “Girls are the future mothers of every community. More girls in school will be important for their children’s education. It is the result of positive change for the community and the country.
Dubai Cares CEO Tariq Al Gurg said:
Challenges to Girl’s Education:
There are a lot of challenges that Girls face that affect their ability to stay in school at a young age. Poverty is at the top of the list that often reduces school attendance for young girls. Girls are forced to stay at home and work because additional income can be important for a family’s livelihood. Women are also more prone to stress. Physical violence can take women away from the classroom.
The second major problem is the early marriage of young girls. Each year, 15 million girls marry before reaching adulthood. The bride rarely stayed in school and looked after the house. As a result, these practices hinder educational reform, economic empowerment, and the empowerment of women around the world.
The importance of girls’ education:
Many groups have invested in and proclaimed the importance of girls’ education, putting it ahead of the rest of the world. The World Bank Group, for example, set several goals in 2017 to improve student outcomes. The group provides scholarships, trains female teachers, leads gender discussions in the classroom, helps end violence against women, and ends child marriage. In 2014, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution calling for restrictions on child marriage, taking the lead in reducing gender inequalities.
The financial cost of young girls with little education is high, especially in African countries like Uganda. The study found that government-sponsored international education could increase Uganda’s income by 18%.
Recognize the importance of girls’ education to ensure quality and productive education for all students. Improving the quality of girls’ education is essential for improving the lives of girls and people everywhere. Studies show that women in college reduce poverty and improve health.