Peng Liyuan sends congratulatory message to UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education

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    For more:https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-10-13/Peng-congratulates-UNESCO-award-ceremony-for-female-education-UxXbaigTAc/index.html China’s First Lady #PengLiyuan, also United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (#UNESCO) special envoy for the advancement of girls’ and women’s education, sent a congratulatory message to the award of UNESCO via a video on October 12. In her message, Peng expressed congratulations to prize-winners from Sri Lanka and Kenya. In 2015, China established the Girls’ and Women’s Education Award with UNESCO, and Peng mentioned that there are millions of people who devote their life for the education of girls and women in China.

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