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Ensure all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education and graduate life-ready.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community-Based Education Committees: Support and oversee educational initiatives, including advocating for free primary and secondary education.

  2. Local Parent-Teacher Associations: Support schools at the community level and work to ensure education is accessible to all children in the community.

  3. Youth and Student Associations: Engage in advocacy and community mobilization efforts to promote free education and address barriers to access.

  4. Community Development Organizations: May include education as a core component of their initiatives, working to improve access to and quality of education at the primary and secondary levels.

  5. Non-Governmental Organizations: Implement projects and programs to ensure that children have access to free primary and secondary education.

  6. Women's Groups and Associations: Recognize the importance of education for children and may work towards ensuring that educational opportunities are accessible to all, particularly girls.

  7. Local Faith-Based Organizations: Churches, mosques, temples, and other religious institutions may support education initiatives, advocate for free education, and provide support to schools.

  8. Community Libraries and Learning Centers: Provide educational resources and support to children at the primary and secondary levels.

  9. Community Empowerment Forums: May take on education as a key area, striving to make primary and secondary education accessible to all community members.

  10. Social Entrepreneurship Initiatives: May establish initiatives that specifically target improving education, including efforts to make primary and secondary education free and accessible.

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