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Kazakhstan has made progress in gender equality in all sectors, but challenges remain.
An estimated 214 million children globally – or 1 in 7 – have missed more than three-quarters of their in-person learning over the past year. This is the biggest education crisis the world has ever faced.
Technology has infiltrated most aspects of our lives —the way we interact, learn, shop and conduct business. For many, this means more access to opportunities and information.
The massive job losses from the COVID-19 pandemic (114 million to date) could be offset by the “jobs of tomorrow.”
FHI 360 and UNICEF conducted an evidence review describing the implementation and evaluation of skills-building initiatives for girls' empowerment, with a focus on those that are girl-centered in their design and implementation. The review findings informed the Framework and Learning Agenda for a girl-centered approach to skills-building.
This brief highlights shared value partnerships with private and public sector stakeholders, demonstrating how UNICEF is co-designing learning opportunities with hundreds of thousands of adolescent girls and young women.
As the world marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration, the global community must take action and be bold in realizing our collective vision of a gender-equal world by intentionally investing in and advancing a girl-centered approach to development.