Gap Fill - Level 4


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It is no that girls do more housework than boys. They do 40 per cent , which is 160 million more hours day. In some countries, this is a lot higher. A report from UNICEF highlights this . UNICEF said girls lose important to learn, grow and enjoy their childhood. It added that this inequality among children means stereotypes continue and women and girls end up doing more across .

Most work done by girls is very . Most girls cook, clean, collect or water and care for children and elderly . In Somalia, girls spend 26 hours a week on chores. The report is of the UN's International Day of the Girl Child on October 11. UNICEF said that knowing the girls face is the important towards gender , "and breaking down that confront the world's 1.1 billion girls".

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