Jyotsna Jha represented Malala Fund to advocate for enhanced commitment from G20 leaders to twelve years of education for girls worldwide by presenting to the B20 Business Women Leaders Task Force in Argentina

Jyotsna Jha represented Malala Fund to advocate for enhanced commitment from G20 leaders to twelve years of education for girls worldwide by presenting to the B20 Business Women Leaders Task Force. The B20 Business Women Leaders Task Force met on 3rd October 2018 at the Presidential Pink Palace in Buenos Aires in Argentina, where Jyotsna Jha, a Gulmakai Champion from India, along with Lucia Fry from Malala Fund, presented them a case for enhancing the domestic as well as international funding for secondary education in developing countries.

Advance copies of the recently released report titled Full Force by Malala Fund was shared with the Task Force members to provide them evidence of how girls’ education can contribute significantly the economies and transform societies. Jyotsna also attended selected sessions at W20 summit and B20 summit held at Buenos Aires in Argentina during 2nd to 4th  October 2018. Women 20, or W20, is the women’s voice of the G20 community while Business 20, or B20, is the private sector´s voice of the G20 community.

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