Girls' education and empowerment: Exploring the potential of English language and digital skills

Download this report exploring the potential of English language and digital skills in girls' education.

About the report

This report presents summaries of 11 scoping studies conducted in 2021 to inform programmes designed for adolescent girls in communities that are remote and/or socio-economically marginalised. The studies provide a unique insight into the lives and opinions of over 900 adolescent girls across 11 diverse countries: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam and Syria.  This summary report examines the potential for supporting the empowerment of adolescent girls through: 

  • non-formal education in marginalised communities 
  • digital literacy and effective skills development 
  • the English language and development of communication skills 
  • exploring and challenging social norms using a peer-led approach. 

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