The women working to improve girls' education
Published March 8, 2018
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    For International Women’s Day, we’re showcasing the work of the Echidna Global Scholars – leaders from NGOs and academia who work to improve learning opportunities and outcomes for girls in the developing world. In this episode, Dasmine Kennedy, Armene Modi, Maria Cristina Osorio, and Damaris Parsitau talk about empowering some of the most marginalized girls in Jamaica, India, Mexico, and Kenya, and engaging their communities to invest in girls for wider social and systemic change.

    Full show notes are available here: https://www.brookings.edu/podcast-episode/the-women-working-to-improve-girls-education 

    Some of the transition music heard in this episode was composed by Steven Lee and Gastón Reboredo III.

    With thanks to audio producer Gaston Reboredo, Chris McKenna, Brennan Hoban, and Fred Dews for additional support. 

    Intersections is part of the Brookings Podcast Network.

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