Even with the demand for girls' education increasing across the country, girls face more barriers to their education than boys due to gendered social norms. Education Champions advocate for better resourcing education, to improve school infrastructure in rural regions and reach more girls with digital curricula. There are 3. Brazil is the world's eighth largest economy — but 1. Almost one out of three school-age children in Lebanon are Syrian refugees. More than 22 million children in Pakistan are out of school — the majority of them are girls. As of , , refugee children are out of school in Turkey. With more than million girls out of school today, she needs your help breaking down the barriers that hold girls back.
Our work in Pakistan
Download the full report in English. Download the summary and recommendations in English. The new government, elected in July , stated in their manifesto that nearly Girls are particularly affected. Thirty-two percent of primary school age girls are out of school in Pakistan, compared to 21 percent of boys.
Empowering Girls through Education in Pakistan
Pakistan Alliance for Girls Education PAGE is an umbrella organization working towards building an enabling environment for gender equity in education, employment, rights, and leadership. PAGE acts as a platform for stakeholders, donors, policymakers and practitioners to come together and address the gender gap in education in Pakistan and devise solutions to overcome the broader socio-economic challenges faced by the girls. PAGE aims to create a reality of gender equality, one where more women are entering the education system one where women are earning more qualifications one where women are participating equally in decision making and one where women are acquiring leadership roles by building more schools, training more teachers, and improving coordination among relevant departments, elected representatives, donors, civil society organizations and communities including parents. It would be beneficial. Celebrating International Women's Day Lack of basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, lack of education, and access to economic opportunities are some of the challenges that women face. We aim to create opportunities for education for all girls in Pakistan even with all the challenges that come in the way. E Follow.
The Pakistani culture consists of patriarchal authority and dated traditions that greatly affect the women of the country. The struggle of gender inequality has made it extremely difficult for women to obtain an education in Pakistan. In terms of educational standards , Pakistan is one of the lowest performing countries in South Asia. Girls education in Pakistan is extremely valuable but sadly undervalued. The education crisis has affected millions of children, two-thirds being female. With their help and continuing government reform, girls education in Pakistan will become a fundamental right rather than an inaccessible dream.