Research shows that when girls transition to secondary school they benefit from significantly reduced fertility rates, higher incomes and more decision-making power within their family and community.
There has been great progress globally in primary school enrollment over the past twenty years, though there continue to be pockets of out of school children. Secondary school attendance is especially low in most regions of Kenya and sub-Saharan Africa.
For the Good targets areas where school enrollment is low and works with communities to sensitize parents to the importance of education, and to keep girls in school.
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