Stephanie Psaki is a research associate focusing on girls’ education for the Population Council, a New York-based international nonprofit that conducts biomedical, social science, and public health research to shape more effective policies, programs, and technologies that improve lives around the world. Prior to joining the organization in 2013, Psaki worked on gender programs for FHI 360.
Championing girls’ education is critical. But it’s also important to understand what’s threatening girls’ education so we can take the right measures to address these threats, an expert from the Population Council writes in this guest commentary.
As girls education is now getting widespread attention, it’s time to push for all interventions to be based on evidence that will ensure they’ll make the right impact, an expert from the Population Council writes in a guest commentary.