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Girl Child Network Worldwide Official Launch

Founder and President, Betty Makoni, Photo by Paola Gianturco, Women Who Light the Dark
Event Date: 
September 4, 2009 - 15:00

After ten years we are expanding to the UK and worldwide.

United Kingdom


enDhruva's picture


Many congratulations on the work you are doing and the exposure you are gaining on an international level. We can't wait to watch you grow and grow!


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Thanks, Erin. Your support means the WORLD to us!-Leanne

Girl Child Network Worldwide

salamatu's picture

more sugar in your tea

Congratulations as you launch this laudable great project, it is a project people like me must support because i have four kids and all girls. Beacause in this part of the world where our people see females as "never do well beings" we support them to make them proove those people wrong.

In case you want to do any work in Nigeria just give me buzz as i am working with an organisation where we are currently working with girls


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Nigeria on the horizon

Eventually we'll get to Nigeria. In the meantime, now that Betty Makoni,
our founder and president, was just selected as one of CNN's Top Ten Heroes for 2009, you can
help her become #1. Vote for Betty Makoni as CNN's Top Hero — if Betty
wins she and GCNW get $100,000 to empower and mobilize girls. Go to to vote. The voting widget is also on our home page

Please share this info with friends. People can vote as many times as
they want!

Girl Child Network Worldwide

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