Empowering female through encouraging to get education and build their lives
One of the particiants expresses her story as follows:
I meet a mother with her three daughters in a wedding ceremony. One of her daughters seemed sad and clam and the two others were happy and were enjoying the ceremony. I talked to girl who seemed sad and tried to convince her to tell me the reason of being sad. She got glad during talking to me. Finally, she introduced me her step mother and sisters and expressed the depressing story of her life: “My step mother doesn’t let me to join school. Though she makes lost of efforts to her daughters to be highly educated, join school and educational courses and as well convince them to study as hard as they can. This condition hurts me a lot and is the reason I always seem sad.”
After hearing the story, I decided to talk to her mother in-law. I asked the girl to give me her address. One day I came to her house and pretend that I do survey. I told the women if she had school age girls to register them in school. The woman said that her daughters are already in school. I asked about her step daughter to join school. The woman said she will never go to school since she has to perform house chores. I argued and said that it is possible to perform houses chores according to a specific turn. If you don’t permit her to join school, you will carry lots of sins, let the girl to continue her education and may be you will be benefited of her bright future and the other hand according to holy Islam you will gain fair. The woman accepted, expressed her thanks for guiding and promised to not only let her join school but also assist her in school lessons.
I feel so pleasant that I guided some one to be fair with the girl, grant her the rights she has and safe her from the darkness of illiteracy.