Educating girls works to break the vicious cycle of poverty. Girls who are supported with equipment, money for resources, tutoring and coaching are more likely to complete high school and undertake further education after school.
For each additional year of education, a woman’s income will increase by up to 25%. Women who are mothers are more likely to invest in their children’s education and wellbeing, and support their studies.
The education and success of girls leads to a more prosperous and equitable society. It raises families out of poverty and accelerates economic development.