When girls and women receive a quality education, they will deliver more equitable, healthy, and prosperous societies.
Investing in quality education for girls and women creates a ripple effect yielding multiple benefits, not only for individual women, but also for families, communities, and countries. Given the transformative power education has on society, the education of girls and women is a cost-effective investment. Girls and women who are better educated have fewer unplanned children, marry later, and drive national economic growth.Download the Infographic
In a special conversation, Aya Mouallem, Women Deliver Young Leader, is joined by Malala Yousafzai, Co-Founder of the Malala Fund, to talk about barriers to girls’ education and youth advocacy for gender equality.