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On recognizing skill formation as a more effect development strategy

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Promotion of girl’s education, delayed age at first birth, and children’s nutritional status in Bangladesh

Analysis by Ahsan Zaman, an assistant economics professor at North South University, examines access to education for girls in Bangladesh.

Educational access for girls is important, because more education means higher productivity and earnings over their own working lives. But it also turns out to be crucial for the eventual health of their children. A higher level of education improves a mother’s health awareness.

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