Numerous studies have demonstrated the positive impact of girls’ education on reducing poverty, infant mortality and promoting gender equality.
Education is a key factor in enabling women to engage in income-generating activities, participate in household income and gain economic and social independence. Thus, it is now demonstrated that an educated girl will marry later, have fewer children, eat better, have a better paying job, and become more involved in family, social, economic and social decision-making. policy.
Girls’ schooling also has a multiplier effect: their children, in turn, will have a better chance of going to school and staying in better conditions.