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Education at any cost?

I still remember that family meeting. Our father gathered us in the living room to tell us he was leaving his job to work independently and that this would mean a drop in income. … Read More»

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Balancing the Equation of Girls' Access to Education in Sudan

According to internal displacement monitoring centre the number of internally displaced persons in Sudan in 2010 was 4, 5 Million persons and that was before the escalation of war in Blue Nile and Sou … Read More»

gaok's picture

There is still a chance

In my view, one thing, which I believe, is the greatest hindrance is teenage pregnancy, which is sky rocketing in the country. … Read More»

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Born to fail? Selling education to the chronically poor

By the time she turned fifteen, Shameka had had five lovers. Her latest suitor, Gregory, is 62, wealthy, married, and deeply connected in the local political landscape. … Read More»

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Educating ourselves through girls

‘When you educate a man you educate an individual; when you educate a woman you educate a whole family.’ … Read More»

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In East Democratic Republic of Congo where I live, most girls don’t attend school. Let me share a true story with you, which is typical of many girls. This girl is named Ishara. … Read More»

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Apples aren’t for pigs! Garbage never cleans up! So, they thought.

This article was written as a compulsory assignment for the Voices of Our Future Contest … Read More»

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How Ayesha Begum inspires me

42 years ago, Ayesha Begum* was surrounded by women who completed tertiary-level education and contributed to the society in numerous ways. Naturally, she was inspired to have a life like that. … Read More»

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Equalizing Education, Balancing the Status: Transnational Girls' Access to Education.

“Globalization's narrative for migrants is simply a permanent state of impermanence, through the policy of circular migration.”—Ninotchka Rosca, from Change the Narrative: Transnational as a Noun … Read More»

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I Honor a remarkable woman!!

I tell a story about my neighbor. She was the eldest of a family of 5, 4 girls and 1 boy. … Read More»

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