Powers of G7 It is preparing to sign a collective agreement on Wednesday, May 5, to spend $ 15 billion over two years to support girls’ education in developing countries.
The British government proposes to present “Gender Equality at the Center of Global Cooperation for Better Cooperation ” After Govt-19, Bring it back BBC. Presides over the next meeting G7 The UK, which is set to convene in Cornwall next month, is pushing for a joint agreement on girls’ education. It is expected to be officially signed on Wednesday, May 5th. It will involve other members of the group (France, Italy, Germany, Japan, the United States, Canada) and the European Union.
Around the $ 15 billion project, new aims set by the powers that be will contribute to the continuing training of millions of young women in developing countries. Commitment is aimed at change “The fortunes of not just individuals, but entire communities and nations”, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb promises.
In rural areas, 60% of girls drop out of high school
Two-thirds of the world’s 796 million illiterates are women. According to the United Nations. With more than 60% of girls out of high school in rural areas, the organization denigrates this imbalance of opportunities, which is exacerbated by gender inequality, as opposed to 40% in cities.
Associations fear that while 90% of children in low-income countries will not be able to read a simple text before the age of 10 before 2020, the epidemic has further exacerbated the imbalance. BBC.
In five years, 40 million women in poor countries are expected to benefit from this commitment G7 Integrate education systems. The international conference helps to support businesses run by women or to ensure their independence.
The BBC The announcement comes at a time when the UK government is being publicly criticized by the United Nations Population Fund and several women’s rights organizations. For significantly reducing the amount of its subsidies to developing countries.
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