UNESCO, the African Union, Malala Fund, Plan International, UN Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) and UNICEF joined forces during a virtual event to examine the gender dimensions of COVID-19-related school closures and concretise commitments in Africa to ensure girls’ education amid COVID-19.
‘We are at a critical junction for girls’ education’, said Chernor Bah, moderator of the event and co-Founder of Purposeful in Sierra Leone. ‘This is our window where we must build back equal, not just better.’
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