If we Let Girls Learn, this is how they could change the world

If we Let Girls Learn, this is how they could change the world

blog_ed_share62 million girls around the world are not in school. It’s time to make a change!

As part of the U.S. government’s commitment to Let Girls Learn, First Lady Michelle Obama and the Peace Corps have formed a powerful collaboration to expand access to education for adolescent girls around the world.

This program will attempt to address that challenge by empowering local leaders to put lasting solutions in place! Peace Corps Volunteers who live and work at the grassroots level will serve as catalysts of community-led change, and every American can get involved and make a difference.

Read more about Let Girls Learn, then take action by pledging your voice in support of Global Goals 4 and 5: Quality Education and Gender Equality!

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