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Your title goes here. Program department . DRR & ECCD – The Experience of Plan Philippines. Your sub-header here. Beyond Parity: Opportunities and Challenges for Girls Education in Mali Magia Binta Bocoum – Plan Mali. Objectives of the Presentation. Context

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  1. Your title goes here Program department DRR & ECCD – The Experience of Plan Philippines Your sub-header here Beyond Parity: Opportunities and Challenges for Girls Education in MaliMagiaBintaBocoum – Plan Mali

  2. Objectives of the Presentation Context Main Barriers to Girls’ Education Learning Outcomes Best Practices Challenges

  3. Context of Mali Population: 14.517.176 inabitants of whom 50.40% are women 15% F literate vs 32,7% M 2,3% F employed vs11,7% M 5/27 ministers 15/147 deputies

  4. Context MDG, EFA, Orientation Law, PRODEC (10 year public education program) - Gender Subcomponent of PISE III (implementation of 10 year public education program) Document of National Gender Education Policy, adopted in 2007 Action Plans 2010-2012 Ad hoc group on SCOFI (Partnership Framework) Global Partnership for Education

  5. Barriers to Girls’ Education Distance from school Low birth registration Withdrawal of girls from school at puberty Early marriage Migration

  6. Barriers to Girls’ Education (continued) Low income of parents Excessive household responsibilities/ girls’ work Low awareness of the importance of girls' schooling by parents Shortage of qualified personnel to support gender aspects Inadequacy of infrastructure and material resources for girls

  7. Learning Outcomes 2009-2010

  8. Best Practices Promotion of girl-friendly schools Continuous training of teachers Promotion of women in leadership positions “Learn without fear” Campaign Support to AMEs (mothers groups) and children organizations Promotion of school feeding Literacy of parents

  9. Best Practices (continued) Skills training for women and girls Development of study circles, peer tutoring, remedial courses, etc.. for girls at all levels of education Communication / awareness (radio, TV, community mobilization) in favor of girls' schooling Mass registration of children, especially girls

  10. Challenges To put political will in action To operationalize the framework on girls’ schooling – synergy To mobilize the necessary resources through local donor group for the implementation of Action Plan To develop a dynamic partnership around the national policy SCOFI and a multi-sectoral approach To implement the Fast Track Initiative (Global partnership for Education) To advocate to increase the budget allocated to education for girls To conduct extensive research on barriers to girls' education

  11. Merci Thank You! Maiga Binta Bocoum – binta.bocoum@plan-international.org www.plan-international.org www.plancanada.ca

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