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Increasing household chores and early marriage are preventing girls in rural India from staying in school, according to a study by Educate Girls USA’s partner


Educate Girls USA strengthens global outreach on gender equality with new board appointment

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Why the pandemic will hurt girls' education | Business Standard Column

Read more about Why the pandemic will hurt girls’ education on Business Standard. 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


Schools reopening after COVID19 Lockdown: Top challenges, and why most vulnerable must be given priority - The Financial Express

As the govt deliberates reopening schools, the most vulnerable children in rural India must be given top priority


Gender equality must be central to Covid-19 recovery plans - Hindustan Times

While recognising that women’s and girl’s empowerment is a moral imperative, investing in academic, vocation, and life skills for girls and young women represents one of the most significant opportunities for sustainable and inclusive development


OPINION: It's time to undo the COVID disruption to girls' rights in India

The pandemic has disrupted efforts to end child marriage and caused widespread damage to the financial prospects of girls