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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2016-5-19 09:00     标题: SENEWS-2016-05-19

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SENEWS-20160519 Report


Education Report


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The World Bank Group plans to invest close to $2.5 billion over five years in education projects to help girls between the ages of 12 and 17.

 

The bank says that about 75 percent of these investments are expected to come from its program for the world’s poorest countries. Most of the countries are in South Asia and in Africa, south of the Sahara. Those areas reportedly have the highest number of out-of-school girls.

 

The investments were announced by Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank Group.

 

“Empowering and educating adolescent girls is one of the best ways to stop poverty from being passed from generation to generation,” Kim said.

 

He spoke Wednesday at the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The meetings are taking place through Sunday in Washington, D.C.

 

Michelle Obama, the wife of U.S. President Barack Obama, also spoke at the announcement.

 

She said the investments in education will benefit millions of girls. The First Lady also said it will help build the workforce in each country.

 

The World Bank says a total of almost 62 million girls around the world are not in school. A World Bank study found that a woman’s lifetime earnings increased by 18 percent for every year she attended school.

 

The bank said its investments will support efforts to provide a quality education in secondary school and financial assistance to adolescent girls. The money will help to finance clean drinking water and toilets in schools.

 

I’m Marsha James.


作者: 圣诞阿姨    时间: 2016-5-19 17:10     标题: [Homework]SENEWS-2016-05-19 节目音频已修复

Homework 5.19
The World Bank recently said it will invest 2.5 billion dollars over 5 years in new education project. The projects are designed to help girls between ages of 12 and 17. The bank says about 75 percent of these investments are expected to come from this program that serves the world's poorest countries. Most of those countries are in South Asia, and Africa, South of the Sahara desert. Those areas reportedly have the highest number of girls who did not attend school. The president of the World Bank group, Jin Yung Kin, announced the investment plans. He said one of the best ways to stop poverty passing from generation to generation is to empower and educate girls. He spoke in Washington D.C. at the spring meetings of the international monitoring fund and the World Bank. The wife of the United State's president Barack Obama also spoke at the meeting. Michelle Obama said the investments in education will benefit millions of girls. The first lady also said the World Bank effort will help increase the number of women workers in each country. A World Bank study found that a woman's lifetime earnings increase by 18 percent for every year she attends school. The bank says its investments will support effort to provide a quality of education in secondary school and financial assistants to teenage girls. The money will also help pay for cleaning drink water and toilets in schools. The World Bank says almost 62 million girls around the world are not attending school.
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From VOA Learning English, This is the education report.

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