As governments invest more in primary health care systems, overall health outcomes improve. Here’s how:
Girls’ and boys’ futures really start to diverge in adolescence: ✔️ Boys’ worlds expand ❌ Girls' worlds contract Until we address discriminatory norms & policies, women won’t have equal access to opportunities.
Primary health care is by far the most important health delivery system in the world. By investing in far-reaching, high-quality primary health, Ethiopia and Rwanda were able to reduce maternal and child mortality:
What is life like for a girl born in Chad? Filled with hurdle after hurdle after hurdle. She deserves a better life. Learn more:
Geography and gender often predict your future. We want to change that. Find out how we can fight inequality. #Goalkeepers19
Across sub-Saharan Africa, girls average two fewer years of education than boys. But even when girls are well educated, they are much less likely to translate their years of schooling into a job in the formal work force.
Girls’ and boys’ futures really start to diverge in adolescence: ✔️ Boys’ worlds expand ❌ Girls' worlds contract Until we address discriminatory norms & policies, women won’t have equal access to opportunities.
Most maternal deaths are preventable with tools we already have. The 🔑 is giving mothers high-quality care throughout their pregnancy & during childbirth.
Life is harder if you’re a girl. Find out what we can do to level the playing field. #Goalkeepers19
Primary health care is by far the most important health delivery system in the world. By investing in far-reaching, high-quality primary health, Ethiopia and Rwanda were able to reduce maternal and child mortality:
We need to focus on the places where global progress is lagging. The new #GoalKeepers19 report features research on #India’s LPG cooking gas subsidy program by Neeraj Mittal, & .
"Compared to richer countries that can spend thousands of dollars per capita on health, sub-Saharan African countries have to figure out how to get by with very little." in
Most maternal deaths are preventable with tools we already have. The 🔑 is giving mothers high-quality care throughout their pregnancy & during childbirth.
"We try to adapt to the conditions here and overcome." Mitselal Tekele Tesfay, Ethiopian farmer #ClimateChange is happening. Among those who will suffer the most? The world's poorest farmers.
Girls’ and boys’ futures really start to diverge in adolescence: ✔️ Boys’ worlds expand ❌ Girls' worlds contract Until we address discriminatory norms & policies, women won’t have equal access to opportunities.
How has the world progressed over the past year? Find out in this year's Goalkeepers report by and . 📷: © Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/Frederic Courbet
More than 99% of communities around the world have seen an improvement in child mortality & schooling. But, the inequality between rich & poor countries remains large. Learn how we can close the gaps in our Goalkeepers report.
Where you are born is more predictive of your future than any other factor
A child is Chad is nearly ____ times more likely to die than a child in Finland. Find the answer here
A report on inequality from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. "Where you are born is more predictive of your future than any other factor."
The Goalkeepers Report 2019 addresses persistent global inequalities that remain a barrier to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Read the latest report from the :
We can fight inequality. Find out how we can close opportunity gaps and make progress around the world. #Goalkeepers19
Excited to be in NYC for the #Goalkeepers19, which is the report card on progress towards the #SDGs. This year the focus is on #inequality - especially when it comes to girls and women. Read the report here.
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Investing in health and education is the best way for countries to unlock productivity, cut poverty, and create opportunity. Check out this year’s Goalkeepers report: #Goalkeepers19
The lack of access to education and jobs disempowers women. Gender should not predict your future. #Goalkeepers19
It’s hard to digest that where you are born determines your future. But that’s the truth for many people in Africa. Inequality is unfair, but we can change that.
Fewer children are dying than ever before. Read the Goalkeepers report to see what works when it comes to tackling inequality.
Great explanation of the causes of inequality and poverty in the latest #Goalkeepers19 report
Girls’ and boys’ futures start to diverge in adolescence: ✔️ Boys’ worlds expand ❌ Girls' worlds contract Until we address discriminatory norms and policies, women won’t have equal access to opportunities.
Every day, girls face barriers to education and healthcare caused by poverty. The Goalkeepers report shows us just where we need to put more focus on in Africa.
The #Goalkeepers19 report is out! Together, we can fight inequality. Find out how:
Examining Inequality: #goalkeepers report which shows the barriers that gender and geography create.
Kenya’s progress in mobile banking has been incredible! The country has been a pioneer in providing financial services for the unbanked, reducing inequality and levelling the playing field. Read the new Goalkeepers report to find out more:
Across sub-Saharan Africa, girls average two fewer years of education than boys. When girls are not well educated, they are much less likely to translate their years of schooling into a job in the formal work force.