UNGEI Girls' Education Videos

Country videos document challenges and strategies for girls’ education at the regional and country levels. The interviews and speeches demonstrate global commitment to achieving gender parity and equality in education.

UNGEI Country Videos
A series of videos that document challenges and strategies for girls’ education in six countries: Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Malawi, Sudan and Turkey.
Duration: 2:15-2:30 minutes
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First Spouses - 14 September 2005
As world leaders gathered for the 2005 United Nations World Summit, Nane Annan, wife of UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, hosted a briefing for First Spouses that highlighted the relationship between girls’ education, HIV/AIDS and development.
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Lydia Wilbard interview - 14 September 2005
Interview with girls' education speaker Lydia Wilbard during her visit to the 2005 UN World Summit.
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Sibili Nsibande interview
UNICEF Correspondent Allyson Alert interviews Sibili Nsibande.
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UNICEF-supported projects open girls’ eyes
to gender equality - 14 July 2004
UNICEF correspondent Rachel Bonham Carter reports on gender equality education in Brazil.
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DFID – Chancellor Gordon Brown
Chancellor Gordon Brown and International Development Secretary Hilary Benn announce UK 's investment of £1.4 billion in education over the next three years.
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Angola: After 30 years of civil war, school reconstruction helps build a bright future - 28 July 2005
UNICEF's Sarah Crowe reports on the organization's efforts to build and repair schools in Angola.
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