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[T]he United Nations’s International Development Assistance Program (IDA), run by the U.N.’s chief humanitarian adviser, Samantha Power, has worked to reduce the incidence of girls missing out on schooling, by identifying girls without high-school diplomas and by ensuring that their fathers and brothers were able to stay at home to allow them to become fathers for their girls. . . . In many families, these efforts are supplemented by family donations and social services… When these children are still young, those who earn it are able to learn, gain experience and stay engaged in the work they enjoy, and contribute to improving the lives of others, helping raise them through traditional work-related skills. . . . I am certain that many of the most vulnerable who seek refuge in the U.S. were in the midst of a transition from American life to Western education because their own communities did not meet the needs of these girls. “All that was important, it should be there to help those who had little in common,” Power told The https://cars45.com/listing/audi