7- OECD work on gender equality in developing countries

 

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Highlights:

Did you know?
On average, women in developing countries get married 6½ years
earlier than in OECD countries.

There are still 800 million people in the world lacking basic
literacy skills. Women account for two-thirds of the total.

Young women in sub-Sahara Africa aged 15-24 are between two
and six times as likely to be HIV-positive than men of a similar
age.

About one-half of aid to basic education and basic health targeted
gender-specific concerns.

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