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Celebrate Day of the Girl. Hear what girls say they can achieve… with the help of quality education, and learn how DLA is supporting their dreams.

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New music-driven, feature-length movie will help individuals across Africa understand and take action for TB prevention and treatment

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New video showcases Discovery Learning Alliance’s work to get more girls in school and learning, in partnership with the UK Department for International Development and Discovery Communications

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Women’s Empowerment

One additional school year can increase a woman’s earnings by 20%.

Public Health

A child whose mother can read is 50% more likely to live past the age of 5.

Economic Opportunity

Equality in education could increase a country’s per capita income by 23% over 40 years.

How mass media can tap into human biology to advance the Sustainable Development Goals

This blog was originally posted on the Huffington Post website on September 29, 2016; you can read that post here. By Aric Noboa, president of Discovery Learning Alliance Photo: Discovery Learning Alliance/Patrick Toselli Philo Farnsworth believed television...

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"The Discovery Project" Girls' Education Challenge Video

See how this partnership between UK DFID, Discovery Communications and Discovery Learning Alliance is improving girls’ access to quality education and life opportunities in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.

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