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2013 International Day of the Girl-Child

Event Date: 
October 11, 2013 - 09:00 - 14:00

2013 International Day of the Girl Child
Multipurpose Hall, FCT Education Resource Centre, Zone 7, Abuja
Date: 11th October, 2013

Session One

Topic: Preventing Early Marriage “Factors that Contribute to it, Its Health and Social Effects and How to Prevent It”

Sub-Topic and Facilitator

• Dr. Mrs. Roseline Kela- “Health and Social Effects of Effects of Early Marriage”

• Angeline Okoro- “What Can be Done to Prevent early Marriage”

• Hajiya Kuliya Umar- “Factors that Contribute to Early Marriage”

Session Two

Topic: Girls Empowerment through Entrepreneurship Education “Why it Matters”

Sub-Topic and Facilitator

• Mrs. Franca Nnaji Thomas- “The Role of Entrepreneurship in Empowering the Girl Child”

• Adaora Onyechere- “Strategies for Promoting Girls Entrepreneurship Education”

• Hajiya Zainab Mohammed Ari- “Nurturing an Entrepreneurial Mindset among Girls”

Session Three

Topic: Girls Right and Violation: “What Does Girls Right Mean?”

Sub-Topic and Facilitator

• Barrister Christian Ibrahim Ambi- Girls Right “Analysis of International Human Rights Law and Child Marriages”

• Nabiye Tal- “Violation of Girls’ Fundamental Right and Abuses Associated with It”

Location:
Multipurpose Hall, FCT Education Resource Centre,
Zone 7
Wuse, Abuja
Nigeria

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Therese kasindi's picture

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That's a very important event, my sister !
I would like to know more about it.
Hugs!

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

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