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This study aims to discuss about girl's education and health's direct impact on economic growth. Education leads to higher social standing, independence, and greater autonomy in the decision-making process. Educated women will have greater control over family finances as they are more likely to spend discretionary resources on investments in human capital, such as health, education, and food. Desired millennium development goals cannot be achieved unless women are educated and are strengtheneddoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10035-1081 fatcat:3keunzxsr5fxzkak7lexf7twkm