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Life Skills very Important - A Real Life Experience

when my sister finished 12th grade or high school. she decided to get married she eloped. My mother send people to bring her a day after she learnt where Doreen had married herself off. … Read More»

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2013 VOF Week 3 assignment - Life Skills education a Necessary and un avoidable Component for Girls Education

I was born in a hilly community In south western Uganda. The community a very cold place at the time, barefoot we would walk on our toes because the stones would sting our feet as we went to school. … Read More»

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Apprentice

My mother was married off to my father when she was a sixteen-year-old girl before she finished high school. … Read More»

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teenage pregnancy!

When i saw the description for this week's assignment my mind wondered in different directions.In Nigeria there are so many issues that affect young girls from accessing education.The greatest challen … Read More»

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Two young girls, caught up in different issues.

I would like to share with you, stories of two young girls who experienced difficulty in the hands of their mothers. One triumphed and one let herself down. These girl's names are Neo and Dada. … Read More»

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Empower Girls and Later They Empower Each Other

I have spent my school days in one of the districts in Afghanistan where the passion for learning knowledge soars up among its people day by day. … Read More»

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Homage to Handmade - Reflections on Alternative Education for Girls

In a tiny room in Soweto, a circle of teen girls with nimble fingers entwines yarns. Being here inspires self-revelation, a defining of who they truly are. … Read More»

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Home Schooling Can rescue girls in My Country

We have a saying, “women are half the community”. What does it mean? Is it applicable? … Read More»

estelle's picture

LITERACY IS GIRL POWER-from a CAMEROONIAN WOMAN PERSPECTIVE

Education and training of women was recognised as a Human Right in the Beijing Platform of Action. … Read More»

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Girls Transforming the World

At the time I told them I want to start a school, they told me that I can’t afford because it is too expensive. I stood firm and say to my self “fatma you can do it” … Read More»

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