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educategirlsglobally Aug 16
Every single girl has the power to uplift the entire community.
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Suzy Blaustein Aug 15
As our first Learning Lab area in Girls’ Education and Empowerment gets underway, I couldn’t be more excited. Read my Op-Ed to learn more about how fosters women-driven solutions to
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Manzi Outreach Uganda Dec 1
We want to say THANK YOU. THANK YOU for your generosity, love. THANK YOU for your contributions that have brought a smile on these children's faces. THANK YOU for spending With us. Let's keep fighting to . May you be blessed.
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Dayapurplefoundation Jun 11
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BraveGirlsFilm 9h
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RootedLoveZim May 26
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Girls Not Brides Aug 6
🎡 We are . We know our rights, we speak them out. 🎡 Our anthem was written & performed by a group of inspiring girls in Zambia πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡². When girls take control of their own lives, incredible things happen.
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Peg Herbert πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡±πŸ‡Έ Mar 8
How far do you or your children have to walk to go to school?
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Asma Baloch May 3
Thank you for your efforts to highlighting the positive stories of lyari
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World Bicycle Relief Jan 24
Armed with a bicycle, students' academic performance increases up to 59%. When girls have access to safer, quality education, they stay in school, dare to dream and become more than a statistic. You can help:
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RootedLoveZim May 24
Great day partnering with to distribute to these wonderful in Seke rural! 56 girls attended our sexual reproductive health seminar & each received a kit!
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RootedLoveZim Jun 3
Education means opportunity! Thanks for joining us and ensuring that these girls don’t miss out because of their periods! .
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Firdos S Dec 9
This amazing embroidered patch to raise awareness on child education is ready for shipping for a dazon pair of jeans 😊
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World Vision Jan 9
Educating girls = Educating communities That's why we're helping thousands of girls from Sierra Leone to South Sudan attend school! Their education will affect thousands of communities, and we can't wait to see the ripple effects.
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Oxfam International Mar 8
This amazing young teacher from is working hard to educate women and girls who never went to school. Sobia is just one of the awe-inspiring women we work with around the world.
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Beth Reaves Mar 6
Today the amazing activist Naomi Wadler came and spoke with our students . Her message on loving yourself and giving voice to Black girls everywhere let the students know they are seen; they are heard; she connects. So impressive!
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Anita Atuhaire πŸ‘°πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬ Dec 1
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Murimirwa Angie Jun 28
Here is a traditional leader who wants every girl in her chiefdom to be educated.. because educated girls have a vision & can develop their community! Proudly partnering with to and
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Firdos S Dec 9
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Pamela Chisanga May 14
I have seen statistics on education for Zambia but hearing it put this way is depressing. Average level of education is around 9.2 years but when you factor in quality/learning outcomes, you reduce this by 4 years. Average level of education is thus Grade 5?
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