In Congo, rural girls have the lowest school enrollment overall ... In Congo, only 20% of 15-19 year old girls in rural areas are attending secondary school ...
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Reaching the Girls Left Behind: Investing in Adolescent Girls in Congo (Brazzaville)
¹Bruce, Judith and Kelly Hallman. 2008. "Reaching the girls left behind," Gender and Development 16(2): 227–245
In addition to the educational experience, out-of-school girls lose out on critical social opportunities and friendships with same sex peers
²Lloyd, Cynthia B. 2004. “Schooling and Adolescent Reproductive Behavior in Developing Countries,” paper commissioned for the United Nations Millennium Project. New York: Population Council.http://www.unmillenniumproject.org/documents/CBLloyd-final.pdf
³ Haberland, Nicole. 2007. “Supporting Married Girls, Calling Attention to a Neglected Group” Transitions to Adulthood, Brief 3. Population Council
⁴ Epidemiological Fact Sheet on HIV and AIDS: Congo 2008 http://www.who.int/GlobalAtlas/predefinedReports/EFS2008/index.asp
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