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Launch of #AfricaEducatesHer Campaign

Launch of #AfricaEducatesHer Campaign

Girls’ education in Africa is at risk. The disruption to education from COVID-19 has placed girls at higher risk of falling behind in school and of permanently dropping out of school. This is due to the many barriers girls face to accessing a quality education, including exclusion from distance learning opportunities.  Serious and specific attention is needed to ensure girls’ continuity of learning and return to school and to protect gains in education made in recent decades.

The African Union International Centre for Girls’ and Women’s Education in Africa (AU/CIEFFA) has launched a new campaign, #AfricaEducatesHer, to bring awareness to the issues that hinder girls and women from accessing education and to call for action to ensure that girls return to school.

Read more in this Global Partnership for Education blog post.

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