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How Ayesha Begum inspires me

42 years ago, Ayesha Begum* was surrounded by women who completed tertiary-level education and contributed to the society in numerous ways. Naturally, she was inspired to have a life like that. … Read More»

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“You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” ― Brigham Young

Coming from a middle class family and quite a peaceful country, I have had relatively good access to education. … Read More»

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Girl Dropouts in rural Nepal

Recently, I along with three of my friends carried out a project titled, Girl Dropouts in Rural Nepal. … Read More»

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Girls’ Access to Education. The Barriers. The Solutions.

I have faced problem in accessing quality education. When I want to get admission in university, my father wants me not to go to a good university but a cheap one. But afterward my dad supported me. … Read More»

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Women with Her Confidence

Being born in one of the Southeast Asian countries, Cambodia, I have inevitably experienced and witnessed gender inequality existed since the past and firmly embedded in our traditions and cultures. … Read More»

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'Our girls are the real gold'

Vangie Bago-Porogoy has survived an ambush. She lifts her shirt, showing me where the bullets pierced through skin. The scars are like bleached centipedes encrusted on her dark brown flesh. … Read More»

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The Ultimate Game-changer for the Persevering Souls

After being blessed with a second girl-child, when my mother held me in her arms as a new-born, all she thought of was that the biggest tool she could gift me to fight the odds of life was a decent ed … Read More»

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Aniluap, Princess of the Beach

My name is Aniluap Niswal Aryan, 25 years old born from a large family of 12. I am the youngest among six (6) surviving children. Half of my brothers and sisters died before I was born. … Read More»

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Multifaceted Society and Education : Somewhat complicated !!

Why many children are compelled to stay far away from the beam of education? This is what Malala Yousafza; a gallant, creative, beautiful, talented 14 year Pakistani girl is fighting against. … Read More»

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Women Empowerment: Education & Vocation both are needed

Why Bibi dropped out of school and got married?- I always wondered. She is one of the girls from the small slum near my community. … Read More»

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