Some good news: According to the 2015 UN Millennium Development Goals report, women and girls have access to more education, economic opportunities, and political power than ever before in human history . But they still bear the impact of extreme poverty.
Nearly 99% of maternal deaths occur in developing countries. 
Supporting effective women’s charities like Living Goods and Population Services International mean women have broader access to both prenatal care and contraception and family planning resources. This is a boon for both mother and child: every additional year of education for women of reproductive age decreases child mortality by 9.5%. 
Obstetric fistulas are easy to repair and relatively cheap: about $450. Donations to effective organizations like Fistula Foundation help women gain access to the surgeries they need.
如果我们立即向全球经济注入 17 万亿美元，您认为可能发生什么？
That’s the estimated cost of excluding women from the workforce  and one of the reasons organizations like Village Enterprise fight for more women entrepreneurs.
 World Bank Blog, 99%以上的孕产妇死亡发生在发展中国家
 The Lancet, 1970年至2009年期间175个国家受教育程度的提高及其对儿童死亡率的影响: 系统分析