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Challenges to Girls' Education!

Access to education was non-existent back in the early 90s in Somalia. Few years later, people who flee from the civil war, realized that going back to Mogadishu is a distant dream. … Read More»

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ERADICATE POVERTY- EDUCATE GIRLS!!!!

In 2003, the Child Right Acts in Nigeria which criminalizes child trafficking was enacted. … Read More»

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"If only your grandma gave me school books" My mother sighs

"Mamma" started school during early 1960s with her brother who is a year older. She has two older siblings who never went to school. … Read More»

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Sensitisation Campaign in Schools to promote Girls' Access to Education: Week 3 Assignment

TITLE OF PROJECT: “TEENAGE AND EARLY/UNWANTED PREGNANCIES”. PROJECT DESCRIPTION … Read More»

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Education is the key to healthy and productive lives

Education is one of the most powerful,long-term and sustainable solutions that the world has to reduce global poverty and improve the lives of billions of people. … Read More»

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Girls' Education- Barriers and Solutions - 2013 VOF Week 3

In a country like India, where female foeticide is prevalent even today, there are many obstacles in convincing parents that a girl-child needs to be educated. … Read More»

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Nepalese Girls are educated but NOT ALL OF THEM

Female education in Nepal has always been a critical issue. … Read More»

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Urine Powered Generator:“Hush Them Up! Go Girls, Don’t stop!”

My jubilant mind couldn't resist finding out more, when news broke out that a group of Nigerian school-girls presented a breakthrough urine-powered generator at an innovation fair- Maker Faire Africa, … Read More»

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Is feminism supposed to eradicate the role of wife? NOT AT ALL

Immediately when I heard the title of Beyonce Knowels 2013 European tour called 'The Mrs Carte Show'. The title on its own just intrigued me … Read More»

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