Why the pandemic will hurt girls' education

As patriarchal families return to their earlier gender norms of girls working within the household, they will prevent them from going back to school, affecting their learning levels in the long run

Why the pandemic will hurt girls’ education

The demographic pattern of 0-6 age group can capture the gender discrimination “even before birth”

Women, especially girls, play a critical role in the social fabric of the world. Educating girls is one of the most powerful and proven vehicles to achieve the United Nations
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