Investments in education create a multiplier effect that extends beyond the benefits of learning alone – with more education comes increased health, economic growth, civil societies and food security. (via USAID | Infographic: Learning Squared)

Investments in education create a multiplier effect that extends beyond the benefits of learning alone – with more education comes increased health, economic growth, civil societies and food security. (via USAID | Infographic: Learning Squared)

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