Education unlocks opportunity, enables social mobility and is fundamental to reducing inequality. It’s key to breaking the cycle of poverty and fostering tolerance, leading to healthy, progressive societies.
People who are better educated are also less vulnerable to health risks, and more likely to achieve their full potential. Yet more than half of all children and adolescents worldwide lack access to quality education.
You can help improve access to affordable, inclusive education and learning opportunities. That doesn’t just mean in schools. It’s also about educating mothers in childhood nutrition, helping children and young adults to get off to the best start, and empowering and upskilling girls and women to build their careers.
Explore ways you can take action below.
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