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"20 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking." U.S. Department of State. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.state.gov/j/tip/id/help.

This source explains the 20 major ways our generation can start fighting human trafficking. It gives instructions from
the U.S. Department of State.

"6 Things Keeping Girls out of School and What Plan Is Doing about It." 6 Things Keeping Girls out of School. Accessed
April 28, 2014. http://plancanada.ca/6-things-keeping-girls-out-of-school.

From this website, I found a lot of barriers to why girls are restricted from going to school. I also found many current
solutions.

Aden, Ebla A. "Girl Child Education in Dadaab Refugee Camps." Dadaab Refugee Newspaper. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://therefugeenews.tumblr.com/post/46238362447/girl-child-education-in-dadaab-refugee-camps.

This is a online post from the Dadaab refugee newspaper, about needing to get more girls in the education system.

Advertisement.

This TED talk emphasized the importance of educating girls. How families will benefit from it, how families will be
removed from poverty.

"AFGHANISTAN: Women's Rights Trampled despite New Law." IRINnews. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.irinnews.org/report/88349/afghanistan-women-s-rights-trampled-despite-new-law.

This article is a current explanation of the violations of human rights towards women in Afghanistan. It is one sided,
but clearly states all of its facts.

Alvarado, Abel, and Cnn. "Syrian Teen Is Called 'the Malala of Za'atari'" CNN. January 01, 1970. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/16/world/meast/iyw-malala-of-zaatari/index.html.

This was a great article about a girl in Zaatari, who is working to get more girls in to education.

Anwar, Haris. "Defying the Taliban, Girls in Pakistan Go to School." Bloomberg Business Week. October 17, 2013.
Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-10-17/pakistans-girls-look-up-to-malala-defy-
taliban-and-go-to-school.

This website focused on how Malala's standing up for women's education inspired other girls to act like her. I also
found more statistics on Pakistan.

"Background on Human Trafficking." Do Something. Accessed April 28, 2014. https://www.dosomething.org/tipsandtools/
background-human-trafficking.

This website explains the problem consisting human trafficking, especially for women. It explains how we can literally
"do something," to help this world become a better place.

Barrett, Kate. "Is Sex Ed Working?" ABC News. March 24, 2008. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://abcnews.go.com/Health/
story?id=4514004.

This is an article on if sex ed is working in the US.

"Barriers to Female Education - Vittana Blog." Vittana Blog. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://blog.vittana.org/barriers-to-
female-education.

Reading this website, I found many barriers to education, both cultural and physical. I also got many facts on what
people are trying to do internationally.

"Barriers to Girls' Education, Strategies and Intervention." Digital image. Barriers to Girls' Education, Strategies and
Intervention. http://www.unicef.org/teachers/girls_ed/BarrierstoGE.pdf.

From this site, I got a lot of barriers to girls' education, and also historical solutions and current solutions.

"Before We Can Teach Poor Children, We Have To Educate Their Parents." Slate Magazine. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.slate.com/articles/technology/copenhagen_consensus_2012/2012/05/
copenhagen_consensus_three_strategies_for_fixing_education_in_the_developing_world_.html.

This site was also used for the solutions, of educating parents. Also I found quotes.

Burch, Elizabeth Chamblee. "Rhetoric or Rights?: When Culture and Religion Bar Girls' Right to Education." SelectedWorks
of Elizabeth Chamblee Burch. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://works.bepress.com/elizabeth_burch/4/.

This website gave me a lot of information on historical solutions. From this site, I also learned why it's hard for outside
countries to interfere.

"Burkina Faso: Improving Education for Girls." Burkina Faso: Improving Education for Girls. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.mathematica-mpr.com/international/burkinafaso.asp.

This is a good article about an education program in Burkina Faso and what worked and what didn't.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. May 16, 2013. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/disparities/.

This was a fact sheet on health disparities and how they're related to inequalities in education.

"Close Link between Teen Pregnancy and High School Dropouts Detailed in New Report." America's Promise. Accessed
April 28, 2014. http://www.americaspromise.org/news/close-link-between-teen-pregnancy-and-high-school-dropouts-
detailed-new-report.

This provided really surprising insight on dropouts and the reasons they dropped out.

"COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT: EDUCATION SOLUTIONS UGANDA." Envoys Preparing Youth For the World. http://
envoys.com/2014/02/12/community-partner-spotlight-education-solutions-uganda/.

This site is run an organization called ESU. The main focus is to improve literacy rates in primary and secondary
schools.

Cortes, Carlota. "To Reduce Teen Pregnancies, Start with Educating Girls - Inter Press Service." Inter Press Service. July 18,
2012. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ipsnews.net/2012/07/to-reduce-teen-pregnancies-start-with-educating-
girls/.

This was a great article on the birth rates in developing countries and included quite a lot about education.

"Dadaab Camps." Borderless Higher Education for Refugees. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://refugeeresearch.net/ms/bher/
about-bher/dadaab-camps/.

This article talks about the barriers to education in Dadaab. It was mostly about having uneducated teachers.

"The Dadaab Diploma in the Teacher Education Program." Teacher Education Office. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
teach.educ.ubc.ca/the-dadaab-diploma-in-the-teacher-education-program/.

This article was about how educating the teachers more will improve the girls experience in education.

Day of the Girl. http://dayofthegirl.org/girls-denied-education-worldwide/,.

This site explained how educating girls has an impact on how many children a girl will have and when the girl will be
married.

"Economic, Cultural & Physical Barriers." Barbara Lee Shaw. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.maasaigirlseducation.org/
the-need/barriers-to-education/economic-cultural-physical-barriers.

This site helped me find notes about physical and cultural barrires, from different perspectives. It also had information
on the economic part of education.

"Education as a Solution | Darfur Dream Team." Education as a Solution | Darfur Dream Team. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.darfurdreamteam.org/the-crisis/education-as-a-solution.

This a great article about how educating both genders can help solve other problems.

"Education Is a 'security Issue', Says UN." BBC News. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.bbc.com/news/
business-23197565.

This site focused mainly on barrires and what countries around the world are trying to adress the issue.

"Education Is Key to Reducing Child Mortality: The Link Between Maternal Health and Education | UN Chronicle." Education
Is Key to Reducing Child Mortality: The Link Between Maternal Health and Education | UN Chronicle. Accessed April
28, 2014. http://unchronicle.un.org/article/education-key-reducing-child-mortality-link-between-maternal-health-and-
education/.

This is from the magazine of the UN and talks about education being key to reducing child mortality.

"Education Leads to Lower Fertility and Increased Prosperity." Earth Policy Issues. http://www.earth-policy.org/
data_highlights/2011/highlights13.

This site shows graphs and charts about the percents of girls who are enrolled in primary and secondary schools in
selected countries. They also show the fertility rates for those countries.

"Educational Failure: Pregnancies to Skip School." Inter-American Development Bank. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.iadb.org/en/news/webstories/2011-12-05/teenage-pregnancy-in-latin-america-and-the-caribbean%2C9721.html.

This report gives great details on pregnancy rates in Latin America.

"The Effect of Girls' Education on Health Outcomes: Fact Sheet." Population Reference Bureau. http://www.prb.org/
Publications/Media-Guides/2011/girls-education-fact-sheet.aspx.

The site explains how education will effect their future health and it will effect their future children's health. Also, how
it will effect the survival of their children.

"Empowering Women, Developing Society: Female Education in the Middle East and North Africa." Empowering Women,
Developing Society: Female Education in the Middle East and North Africa. Accessed April 26, 2014. http://
www.prb.org/Publications/Reports/2003/
EmpoweringWomenDevelopingSocietyFemaleEducationintheMiddleEastandNorthAfrica.aspx.

This site contains information regarding the gender gap, illiteracy, rate, and the countries that contain the most
uneducated girls.

"Empowering Women Through Education." Promoting Gender Equality. http://www.unfpa.org/gender/empowerment2.htm.

This stakeholder's main objective is to empower girls through education.

Faisal, Safa. "Muslim Girls Struggle for Education." BBC News. September 24, 2003. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3130234.stm.

This website talked about barriers girls face when trying to attend school. They also talked about how many traditional
countries (and families) restrict girls from going to school, and why that is.

"The Fight against Sex Slavery." Sunitha Krishnan:. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ted.com/talks/
sunitha_krishnan_tedindia#t-646820.

This site includes the TED talk from a victim of human trafficking. She talks about what she has been through and the
effects this issue has on the world.

Forum, Skoll World. "How To End Modern Slavery And Human Trafficking." Forbes. November 15, 2013. Accessed April
28, 2014. http://www.forbes.com/sites/skollworldforum/2013/11/15/how-to-end-modern-slavery-and-human-
trafficking/.

This article is an insider on a victim of trafficking and her experience. She discusses future solutions to put in to action.

"Four Essential Rights." Apne Aap. http://apneaap.org/our-approach/4-essential-rights/.

This site is run by the organization called the Apne Aap. The main focus of this organization is to empower girls, get
them out of slums, and to get them educated.

Fricker, Toby. "Students Promote Learning in Za'atari Camp, Jordan." UNICEF. September 12, 2013. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/jordan_70365.html.

This article put out by UNICEF was about how education in refugee camps can be helped around the world. It also
talks about how one girls love of education can be spread.

"Girls Denied Education." Day of the Girl. http://dayofthegirl.org/girls-denied-education-worldwide/.

This site explains how educating girls can impact their lives in the future such as the amount of children they will have.

"Girls' Education: A Lifeline to Development." Girls' Education: A Lifeline to Development. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://
www.unicef.org/sowc96/ngirls.htm.

This piece shows how education can make girls healthier, happier, and safer.

"Girls' Education." Girls Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.care.org/work/education/girls-education.

I got most of my statistics for all of my notes from this website. I also learned a lot about the positive impact of girls
attending school, and the negative impact of female students dropping out.

"Girls' Education." Girls Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.care.org/work/education/girls-education.

This website gave me good facts and CARE is an organization focused specifically on helping girls' education.

"Girls' Education." Women Deliver. http://www.womendeliver.org/knowledge-center/facts-figures/girls-education/,.

This site's main focus was to explain the impact education has on the children of mothers who are educated vs non-
educated mothers.

"Girls' Education." Women Deliver News Entries RSS. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://www.womendeliver.org/knowledge-
center/facts-figures/girls-education/.

This was filled with facts about birth rates in developing countries in relation to education.

Girls' Secondary Education in Developing Countries. http://www.macfound.org/programs/girlseducation/strategy/,.

This site was run by a stakeholder. The stakeholder's main objective was to get girls to complete primary and secondary
school. It also contained a graph about the percentages of girls who have completed lower secondary school.

"Goal: Improve Maternal Health." Millennium Development Goals. http://www.unicef.org/mdg/maternal.html.

This site run by UNICEF has a goal that by the year 2015 to reduce the maternal mortality by 3 quarters. It also
explains the relationship between maternal mortality and education.

Help the Afghan Children. http://www.helptheafghanchildren.org/pages.aspx?content=17.

The organization Help the Afghan Children or HTAC is trying to promote girls' education.

Henking, Susan. "Religion vs. Girls' Education." ReligionDispatches. April 28, 2014. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.religiondispatches.org/archive/atheologies/1510/religion_vs__girls__education.

Reading this article, I learned why many parents don't send their daughters to school. This particular website focused
on traditional parents wanting their daughters to play their household roles.

"How to Combat Modern Slavery." Kevin Bales:. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ted.com/talks/
kevin_bales_how_to_combat_modern_slavery#t-695103.

This site includes another TED talk about human trafficking all around the world. He talks about the effects of modern
slavery and the fight against it for the future.

http://www.gems-girls.org/, GEMS.

The organization GEM is to empower girls.

"Http://www.ungei.org/resources/files/Equals_23_Low_Res_TP.pdf."

This newsletter talks about equality for women regarding their education rights. Also solutions to girls education.

"Human Trafficking, Prostitution Thrive in Afghanistan | Asia | DW.DE | 24.10.2012." DW.DE. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.dw.de/human-trafficking-prostitution-thrive-in-afghanistan/a-16327746.

This source explain the women's laws and violations in Afghanistan. It also explains the procedures needed to help
improve the system, how it is not tolerated.

"The Impact of Cultural Education on the Social Status of Women in China." "" by Changying, Hu. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.questia.com/library/journal/1P3-3030768001/the-impact-of-cultural-education-on-the-social-status.

This site talks about women in China. How most of their women were illiterate. Once they educated them they became
high powered in their families. Also how the country benefited.

"Impact of Human Trafficking on Victims:." United States Attorneys Office. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.justice.gov/
usao/ian/htrt/htrt_impact.html.

This is the website from a university, explaining the issue of human trafficking and what this generation can do to help
and stop it. It gives many helpful statistics and information.

"Implementing Sex Education." Implementing Sex Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.plannedparenthood.org/
resources/implementing-sex-education-23516.htm.

Planned Parenthood released some tips on educating kids on reproductive health.

INEE. "Mapping the Education Response to the Syrian Crisis." Mapping the Education Response to the Syrian Crisis.
February 2014. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ineesite.org/uploads/files/resources/
Mapping_the_Education_Response_to_the_Syrian_Crisis_FINAL.pdf.

This article has lots of great information about barriers to education because of the Syrian war.

"Intel Education Programs for Girls and Women Around the Globe." Intel. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.intel.com/
content/www/us/en/technology-in-education/programs-for-women-and-girls.html?wapkw=women%20and%20girls.

It gave information on Girl Rising, a group that produced a film on girls' education and what a challenge it can be to get
good education.

"Iran Limits Female Education." BBC News. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-
east-19665615.

This website talked about the several ways females were stripped of their rights. This article was focused on the Middle
East.

"The Iran Primer." The Women's Movement. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://iranprimer.usip.org/resource/womens-movement.

I found a lot of facts for historical context in this website, which was especially focused on Iran. The main focus of this
article was how Iranian women were stripped of their rights in the 1979 civil war.

"Iraq: Don't Legalize Marriage for 9-Year-Olds | Human Rights Watch." Iraq: Don't Legalize Marriage for 9-Year-Olds |
Human Rights Watch. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.hrw.org/news/2014/03/11/iraq-don-t-legalize-marriage-9-
year-olds.

This site talks about a solution regarding girls in education. Not legalizing marriage at such a young age so that girls can
complete their education.

"Keep Girls in the Picture." : A Yearbook for Girls' Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.care.org/work/features/
girls-education.

This is another article about the problems that education helps with, but it also talks about how the some of the
problems that education helps are hindering education.

"Lack of Women's Education in the Middle East." Lack of Women's Education in the Middle East. Accessed April 27, 2014.
http://www.vitalityleague.org/uncategorized/lack-of-womens-education-in-the-middle-east/.

This website talks about what educating women (in the Middle East) will do for the Middle East. They talk about how
investing in education for girls is worth it, as their education benefits everyone.

"List of Organizations Opposing Human Trafficking." Wikipedia. April 29, 2014. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_organizations_opposing_human_trafficking.

This website just provided me with other helpful websites to find my information.

"Literacy Rate - Adult Total (% of People Ages 15 and Above) in Sub Saharan Africa." Literacy Rate - Adult Total (% of
People Ages 15 and Above) in Sub Saharan Africa. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.tradingeconomics.com/sub-
saharan-africa/literacy-rate-adult-total-percent-of-people-ages-15-and-above-wb-data.html.

This had great stats on literacy in Africa.

McCoy, Terrence. "Iraq Poised to Legalize Marriage for Girls as Young as 9." Washington Post. April 10, 2014. Accessed
April 28, 2014. http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2014/04/10/iraq-poised-to-legalize-marriage-
for-girls-as-young-as-9/.

This site talks about how their are laws that are oppressing women regarding education. Laws that are preventing girls
from having any chance of having education.

"Module 4: Children and Education in Refugee Camps." Children and Education in Refugee Camps. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.uniteforsight.org/refugee-health/module4.

This article was about what is being done in different refugee camps to support schools.

"Mohammed's Story: Teaching in Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan." Mom Bloggers for Social Good. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://mombloggersforsocialgood.com/2014/03/18/mohammeds-story-teaching-in-zaatari-refugee-camp-in-
jordan/.

This site gave the perspective of a Syrian teacher in Zaatari.

Mohieldin, Mahmoud. "The Education Solution." Project Syndicate RSS. November 3, 2011. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/the-education-solution.

This was an article by the World Bank President's Special Envoy, and had some info about diseases in developing
countries with relations to education.

"A Mother's Education Has a Huge Effect on a Child's Health." Washington Post. September 16, 2010. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/09/16/AR2010091606384.html.

This article highlights the importance of mothers being educated so they can provide for their children.

Mutume, Gumisai. "RIGHTS-SOUTH AFRICA: Women Celebrate Gains." RIGHTS-SOUTH AFRICA: Women Celebrate
Gains. http%3A%2F%2Fweb.archive.org%2Fweb%2F20040214022735%2Fhttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.oneworld.org
%2Fips2%2Faug98%2F15_17_044.html.

This site explains the successes towards women in South Africa focusing on human rights. This site is a timeline.

NRC Jordan. "Norwegian Refugee Council - Jordan - NRC's Country Programme in Jordan." Norwegian Refugee Council -
Jordan - NRC's Country Programme in Jordan. November 16, 2013. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.nrc.no/?
did=9671469.

This article was talking about how the Syrian war effected the Jordan educational system.

Office of Adolescent Health. "Trends in Teen Pregnancy and Childbearing." Office of Adolescent Health. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://www.hhs.gov/ash/oah/adolescent-health-topics/reproductive-health/teen-pregnancy/trends.html.

This was filled with really useful facts.

"Pakistan's Educational Challenges." CNN. January 01, 1970. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/09/
world/asia/infographic-pakistan-education/.

I found a lot of statistics about the positive impact of education on a woman's future. This website focused mainly on
Pakistan.

Picker, Les. "The Effects of Education on Health." The Effects of Education on Health. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.nber.org/digest/mar07/w12352.html.

This was an good website for facts about how education can be better for your health.

"Polaris Project | Combating Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery." Polaris Project | Combating Human Trafficking
and Modern-day Slavery. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.polarisproject.org/.

This is the site for an organization dedicated to women's rights and human trafficking. It provides a thorough
background on the issue and many current solutions.

Population Reference Bureau. "The Effect of Girls' Education on Health Outcomes: Fact Sheet." The Effect of Girls' Education
on Health Outcomes: Fact Sheet. August 2011. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.prb.org/Publications/Media-
Guides/2011/girls-education-fact-sheet.aspx.

This website was very informative and listed key facts with sub-facts. It was also very nicely laid out.

"Post Navigation." WorldWise Why Is Iran Curtailing Female Education Comments. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
chronicle.com/blogs/worldwise/why-is-iran-curtailing-female-education/30260.

This website talked about how people are cutting off education for women, especially in the Middle East. The website
also talked about how not allowing women to attain a higher education negatively impacts their life.

"POSTCARD: TEEN PREGNANCY AFFECTS GRADUATION RATES." Teen Pregnancy Affects Graduation Rates
Postcard. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/teen-pregnancy-affects-graduation-rates-
postcard.aspx.

This provides facts about pregnancy and health in different races.

"Religion vs. Girls' Education." ReligionDispatches. April 28, 2014. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.religiondispatches.org/archive/atheologies/1510/religion_vs__girls__education.

This site focuses mainly on Religion in relation to girls in education. The pressures on girls in some families. Also
statistics and quotes.

"Reproductive Health and Education: The Mutual Relationship." Reproductive Health and Education: The Mutual Relationship.
Accessed April 28, 2014. http://web.unfpa.org/intercenter/cycle/education.htm.

This website showed facts around reproductive health and education.

"Resources." Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/
EXTEDUCATION/0%2C%2CcontentMDK%3A20298916~menuPK%3A617572~pagePK%3A148956~piPK
%3A216618~theSitePK%3A282386%2C00.html.

This site is focused mainly on statistics of women and girls education in developing countries. It also talks about the
world banks efforts in educating girls.

"Right to Education Act." India Gov. http://www.archive.india.gov.in/citizen/education.php?id=38.

This site focuesd on the RTE act.

"Rising Education Levels among Women save Children's Lives Worldwide." IHME. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
www.healthmetricsandevaluation.org/news-events/news-release/rising-education-levels-among-women-save-childrens-
lives-worldwide.

This site talks about how countries have improved in educating girls. It talks about how women are getting educated
later on in life instead as a young child.

"RTE Act." Government of India: Department of Human Resource. http://mhrd.gov.in/ rte.

This site explains the RTE act in India. It explains how the government in India is responsible for making sure every
child goes to school.

Save the Children. "Save the Children." Save the Children. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.savethechildren.org/.

This site gave me information on Save the Children's program to help with girls' education and had many helpful
statistics and facts as I explored further.

Schmidt, Caroline. "Education in the Second Largest Refugee Camp in the World." Global Partnership for Education. June 20,
2013. http://www.globalpartnership.org/blog/education-second-largest-refugee-camp-world.

This article was about how conditions in schools are now in Zaatari.

"Sex Education Works, Study Shows." CBSNews. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/sex-education-
works-study-shows/.

This is an article detailing facts about Americans supporting sex education and how sex education works.

"Sex Trafficking: Zero Tolerance." Mother Jones. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2005/05/
sex-trafficking-zero-tolerance.

"Mother Jones," talks about sex trafficking and the effects it has on women. She explains the zero-tolerance for it all
over the globe.

"Should Developing Countries Shift from Focusing on Improving Schools to Improving Parents?" Education. Accessed April
28, 2014. http://blogs.worldbank.org/education/should-developing-countries-shift-from-focusing-on-improving-
schools-to-improving-parents.

This site helped me find solutions for girls and education. One being the education of parents to express the importance
of girls education.

"The (Slow) Rise of Iran's Women." The Diplomat. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://thediplomat.com/2013/09/the-slow-rise-
of-irans-women/.

This article is focused on Iran after the revolution. They talked about how women are now regaining some of the rights
they had lost.

"Solutions to Human Trafficking: Exploring Local Alternatives." Solutions to Human Trafficking: Exploring Local
Alternatives. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.diplomaticourier.com/news/topics/security/1942-solutions-to-
human-trafficking-exploring-local-alternatives.

This website explains the historical context of trafficking and modern slavery. It also provides some statistics.

"Statistics In Girl RIsing." Girl Rising. http://girlrising.pearsonfoundation.org/downloads/
GR_Curriculum_Resources_STATISTICS.pdf?pdf=GR_Curriculum_Resources_STATISTICS.

This site showed statistics about the percentages of girls who are out of school globally and data on children with
educated mothers

Stephens, Stephanie. "More Education, Not Income, Fights Obesity." Center for Advancing Health. Accessed April 28, 2014.
http://www.cfah.org/hbns/2013/more-education-not-income-fights-obesity.

This article was about how education can help prevent obesity.

"A Success Story for Girls' Education in Zimbabwe." UNICEF Zimbabwe. http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/
zimbabwe_36650.html,.

This site has a story about a girl who kept fighting for an education despite all the hardships she endured along the way.

"SVAW - Trafficking in Women: Explore the Issue." SVAW - Trafficking in Women: Explore the Issue. Accessed April 27,
2014. http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/svaw/trafficking/explore/4effects.htm.

This website gives many tabs all around the subject of women sex trafficking. It gives a thorough background on the
issue, and how it has impacted the world.

"Talking About Reproductive Health - in Schools and with Peers -- UNFPA in Moldova." Talking About Reproductive Health
- in Schools and with Peers -- UNFPA in Moldova. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://web.unfpa.org/countryfocus/
moldova/youth.htm.

This was a good article about how an education program for girls was implemented in Moldova.

"Teen Pregnancies Highest In States With Abstinence-Only Policies." ThinkProgress RSS. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
thinkprogress.org/health/2012/04/10/461402/teen-pregnancy-sex-education/.

This was a nice article about abstinence only health classes in the US and how abstinence only classes don't necessarily
help.

"Teenage Pregnancy and Education." Teenage Pregnancy and Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://misacor-usa.org/
index.php/teenage-pregnancy-and-education.

This website gave me many facts on the relationship between teenage pregnancy and education in the US.

"Tell Us What You Think of GOV.UK." Girls' Education Challenge. Accessed April 28, 2014. https://www.gov.uk/girls-
education-challenge.

This site focused on the benefits of educating women and girls. It also focused on groups dedicated to helping fight for
girls education.



This blog/journal talks about the economic success countries would have if they educated their girls. It talks about how
families and countries would benefit.



This newsletter explains in detail what is wrong with schools now, and how organizations are trying to fix things. It
talks about intervention with parents and the quality of the teachers in school.



This site mostly contained of gender gaps throughout different countries. This site is looking more into the future of
kids in education.



This TED talk explains the importance of educating girls in their confidence and for the rest of their life. The benefits
that their country and family would benefit from.

"Tirzahinternational.org." Girls Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. https://www.tirzahinternational.org/index.php/the-issues/
girls-education.

This organization has valuable information on girl's education and has a good solution (funding).

"Trafficking in Women." Trafficking in Women. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://www.stopvaw.org/trafficking_in_women.

This site talks about the global issues due to Human Trafficking. It is all about the background of Women's trafficking.

"Trust in Education." Trust in Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.trustineducation.org/resources/life-as-an-
afghan-woman/.

This website is dedicated to finding solutions for women in Afghanistan fighting for there human rights. It explains and
proposes solutions for those living there, and what we can do to help.

"UNESCO - Education for All - Knowledge Sharing - Grassroots Stories - Pakistan." UNESCO - Education for All -
Knowledge Sharing - Grassroots Stories - Pakistan. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://www.unesco.org/education/efa/
know_sharing/grassroots_stories/pakistan_2.shtml.

Reading this website, I found many historical solutions, and why they didn't work. I also found more statistics on the
correlation between education and success.

UNICEF. "Shattered Lives." Shattered Lives. June 2013. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.unicef.org/mena/MENA-
Shattered_Lives_June11.pdf.

This article, all though not all about education, had a awesome piece about problem in Zaatari.

"United Methodist Women - Donate to United Methodist Women." United Methodist Women - Donate to United Methodist
Women. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://prod.umwomen.org/donate.

This is the website that has provided the PDF of solutions for human trafficking for women especially. It provides
instructions and ways to help our generation fight it for the future.

"UNITED NATIONS GIRLS EDUCATION INITIATIVE." UNGEI. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ungei.org/
infobycountry/247_834.html.

This was a great article about what is in the working internationally to help refugee girls get a better education.

"UNITED NATIONS GIRLS EDUCATION INITIATIVE." UNGEI. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.ungei.org/
whatisungei/index.html.

This was a piece on UNGEI and their mission to help girls' education.

"UNITED NATIONS GIRLS EDUCATION INITIATIVE." UNGEI. http://www.ungei.org/whatisungei/.

This site was run by an organization called United Nations Girls' Education Initiative or the UNGEI. This
organization's main focus was to have all girls have access to school.

"United States Mission to UNESCO." Global Partnership for Girls' and Women's Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
unesco.usmission.gov/partnership-girls-women-education.html.

This was an article about Senator Hillary Clinton talking about girls' education at an UNESCO event. It had good
statistics and quotes.

"Why Girls?" Because I Am a Girl. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://becauseiamagirl.ca/page.aspx?pid=3894.

I found a lot of global statistics from this website. There was also some information on what we can do to help as
individuals, and then together as a group.

"Women Deliver Knowledge Center Facts & Figures Girls Education." Women Deliver News Entries RSS. Accessed
April 27, 2014. http://www.womendeliver.org/knowledge-center/facts-figures/girls-education/.

This website focused a lot on the negative impact of a girl not gaining an education. This website had many "facts at a
glance", which were just simple statistics.

"Women, the Victims of the Iranian Revolution." A Forum on Human Rights and Democracy in Iran. Accessed April 28,
2014. http://www.gozaar.org/english/articles-en/Women-the-Victims-of-the-Iranian-Revolution.html.

This website talked a lot about how women were basically the victims of the Iranian revolution. Women had grown to
be equals to men up until the revolution, and now they are still fighting to regain their rights.

"Women's Education in Developing Countries: Default Book Series." Women's Education in Developing Countries: Default
Book Series. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://elibrary.worldbank.org/doi/book/10.1596/0-8018-4534-3.

This site talks about the cultural and physical barrires. It also talks about the benefits, and the laws and drawbacks that
are set in place.

"Womens Education Is Womens Empowerment." Humanrightsgov Womens Education Is Womens Empowerment
Comments. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.humanrights.gov/2012/03/27/womens-education-is-womens-
empowerment/.

This website provides a copy of a speech of a woman talking about human rights awareness month, and what women
have overcome in the years and our goals for the upcoming years.

"Women's Human Rights Education Institutes." Women's Human Rights Education Institutes. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://
learnwhr.org/.

This website is dedicated to the organization fighting for women's human rights in the world. It explains it's solutions
and what the organization fights for in life.

"Women's Rights." - Global Issues. Accessed April 27, 2014. http://www.globalissues.org/article/166/womens-rights.

This site talks about the economic, political, social and environmental issues of Human trafficking, women specifically.

World Bank. "Resources." Education. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://web.worldbank.org/WBSITE/EXTERNAL/TOPICS/
EXTEDUCATION/0%2C%2CcontentMDK%3A22474207~menuPK%3A282402~pagePK%3A210058~piPK
%3A210062~theSitePK%3A282386%2C00.html.

This had some stats from the World Bank's new education strategy, which has a specific focus on girls' education.

"World Change Starts with Educated Children." Room To Read. http://www.roomtoread.org/page.aspx?pid=284.

This site is run by an organization that focuses on literacy and gender equality in education.

World Education. "Girls' and Women's Education - Expertise - International - World Education, Inc." Girls' and Women's
Education - Expertise - International - World Education, Inc. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.worlded.org/
WEIInternet/international/expertise/display.cfm?tid=1004&id=756.

World Education is a group that focuses on bringing education to all children in the world. They focus on using
education to improve girls' lives.

World Health Organization. "Adolescent Pregnancy." WHO. Accessed April 28, 2014. http://www.who.int/mediacentre/
factsheets/fs364/en/.

This was basically a fact sheet about adolescent pregnancy.

Wyser-Pratte, Joelle. "What It Really Will Take to Educate Pakistan's Girls." The Huffington Post. April 08, 2013. Accessed
April 28, 2014. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joelle-wyserpratte/girls-education-pakistan_b_2985020.html.

I found current solutions that could be used to help close the gap between education gender-wise. This website mainly
focused on Pakistan.

"Young Girls' Voices." Girl Empowerment Network Malawi. http://www.genetmalawi.org/index.php/girl-education-
challenge#sthash.wtuoQ4tW.dpbs.

This site, run by a stakeholder, wants Malawian girls to realize they have a voice in their education and learn how to
speak up for themselves.

Ziv, Karin. "Students on Human Rights: Womens' Right to Education in the Middle East." The Online Magazine of American
Jewish University. http%3A%2F%2Fcasiano.aju.edu%2F%3Fp%3D3666.

This website talked about Malala and the effects of her bravery, and also of just the Middle East in general. They talked
about how certain countries' social and cultural structure will affect womens' education.