ECW's Commitment to Gender Equality

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ECW's Commitment to Gender Equality Factsheet

In crisis contexts, girls' learning outcomes often fall behind boys' due to the compounding and intersecting forms of marginalization (based on gender, age, disability, geography, ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, displacement, statelessness and more) they experience. In recognizing these prevailing gender inequalities, Education Cannot Wait (ECW) has committed to placing gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls, in and through education in emergencies and protracted crises (EiEPC), at the forefront of its investment and advocacy efforts. 

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