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17 ways education influences the 17 global goals

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Infographics showing the 17 ways education influences the 17 global goals for sustainable development

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  • I agree too, that a mother's education leaves a great impact on her child's well being. Half the reduction in child mortality over the past 40 years can be attributed to the better education of women, according to the analysis published in the journal Lancet. For every one-year increase in the average education of reproductive-age women, a country experienced a 9.5 percent decrease in the child deaths.
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17 ways education influences the 17 global goals

  1. #FundEducation to reduce poverty If all students left schools with basic reading skills 171 million people could be lifted out of poverty. fl ? ?3iii: :¢; :
  2. N0 #FundEducation HUNGER to end hunger A mother's education improves her ' children's nutrition, especially as she 5*‘ » seeks higher levels ‘ of schooling. l“‘“l°! l‘l°. °“§ Sustalna Deve (Source: UNESC0l flflflfl AL IIIIIIIII IF vvvvvvvvvv OM
  3. GOOD HEALTH 9* ,9 VI A 4 C 9410‘ “IE Glmfll GUNS F or Sustainable Development #FundEducation to ensure healthy lives A child whose mother can read is 50% more likely to live past age five (Source: UNESCO} OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IP ! !!! !!! !!! ON
  4. OIIALITY #FundEducati_on [nu[; Am]N to ensure education for all ‘ Education builds on itself, creating greater capacity to educate 9 '0 others and nurture $4.5 a culture that values learning. OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IP IIIIIIIIII UN
  5. GENDER #FundEducation [[]uA| _|IY to achieve gender equality One additional schoolyearcan increase a woman's earnings 9*‘ '» by up to 20%. vl ‘‘ lSource: World Bank! THEGLLBALGOALS For Sustainable Development OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IP rrrrrrrrrr on
  6. CLEAN WATER #FundEducation Am] sAN| ]'A]| []N to ensure clean water and sanitation for all As communities become better educated about the links between their sanitation and health (gym they see substantial . : 2-. improvements '41“ in sanitation. (Source: UNESCO] OOOO Al. IIIIIIIII IP ! !!! !!! !!! OM
  7. RENEWABLE ENERGY | / ‘Q’ I I| #FundEducation to provide clean energy Educated citizens will likely be more inclined to recognize and adopt new practices and technologies that will help them and their communities prosper. (Source: Sustainable Energy tor Alll IIIIIIIII I! llllllllll ON i . ... ..
  8. GOOD .1083 AND #FundEducation . to promote economic growth Each additional year of schooling raises ‘I average annual gross domestic _. « », product (GDP) ms‘ growth by 0.3'7%. (Source: uucscol OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IP vvvvvvvvvv ON
  9. INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE #FundEducation to promote innovation and infrastructure With education, countries have greater capacity to assemble and maintain the physical building blocks of progress, health and security. flflflfl AL IIIIIIIII IF ! !!! !!! !!! on
  10. 1 RE| ]|JcE| ] #FundEducation_ INEQUALITIES to reduce Inequalities A 0.1% improvement in a country's — 1 education equality can, over 40 years, a raise its per capita _~ '» . 0 . 3 . 5 income by 23 / o higher. OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IP IVEOUCATIDN
  11. 1 SUSTAINABLE CITIES #FuI_‘IdEducation _ _ AND WMMUNIHES to build sustainable cities and communities With education, people are more likely to stand behind a E creative solutions that ensure sustainable $1 , cities and communities ' 9 are in place. OOOO LL FFFFFFFFF IF ffffffffff ON
  12. 1 RESPONSIBLE #FundEd ucation_ consumption to promote responsible consumption Education raises the odds that people will use energy and water ' more efficiently -‘ ': and recycle Mama“ household waste. For Sustainable Development [Source: UNESCO] OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IF [[[[[[[[[[ ON
  13. #FundEducation to protect the planet, and life below water and on land 1 iiiiii‘ 14 ii’i‘iii""' 15 UNLAND 9 3”: With higher levels of education, people across many different societies show greater concern about the well-being of the environment. (Source: UNESCO] VI é a 3 "419 “IE slow Guns 3 i: .:, ZI, Uc‘. ‘i’. ‘$‘i. ii For Sustainable Development
  14. 16 PEACE AND #FundEducation Jusngf to promote peace and justice I 0.0 Increasing enrollment rate in secondary education by 10% — can reduce the _. »_ risk of war by 3%. is oooo eiworld Bank] OOOO AL IIIIIIIII IF [[[[[[[[[[ ON
  15. 17 PARTNERSHIPS #FundEducation | :0R1|. |[[;0A| _s to strengthen partnerships The Global Partnership for Education is a prominent example of how working in a collaborative partnership can enhance _« Q, progress in education v¢“§ and in the other development sectors. OOOO Al. IIIIIIIII IF vvvvvvvvvv Dbl

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