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Teaching girls with limited opportunities the skills needed to secure a stable employment.

National Summary

In Kazakhstan, primary school enrollment is almost universal. The school life expectancy for all children is 15 years, this includes girls’ education in Kazakhstan. The net enrollment rate for girls in primary school is 99.9 per cent, with progression of girls from primary to secondary school around 100 per cent.

Despite the achievements in girls’ education in Kazakhstan, significant disparities begin to appear when looking at other factors. For example, there is a high prevalence of early marriages for girls. Girls that marry young are unable to complete their education and deprived of the qualifications necessary for their own employment and independence.

Only 66.1 per cent of women participate in the labour market. This is 10.9 per cent less than men and with a wide gendered pay gap. These numbers highlight the gap between how girls, participate in education and how their participation translates to opportunities after they enter the workforce.

Quick Facts

18.59 million national population

99.74% female literacy rate

33% earned less than men by women

66.1% women in the labour market

Our Work in Kazakhstan

We started working in Kazakhstan in 2015.


We work with 1 local project in


We have directly impacted the lives of
159 young women.


Featured partners and projects

We currently work with 27 women-led local partners globally who have a proven track record of helping communities through education.
We rely on their expertise to respond to local needs and solutions in order to establish sustainable long-term projects.


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