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Radhe Sharma 21h
Girl child education is the building block not only but a healthier society
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Halima Initiative For Women Development Aug 13
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world....Nelson Mandela .
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 18
Replying to @Aunty_Dammy
As part of the 4 major objectives of NYSC, I'd be carrying out my Personal Community Development Service by educating and giving the the girl child a clear orientation on sex education.
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 16
Replying to @PiggyBankNG
Donations of money as low as #1000 in order to be able to buy sanitary pads for the girls will be utterly welcomed. Account Bank - Providus Account Name - Crispin Damilola Esther Account Number - 9900271800
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Vipul Kulkarni Aug 12
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 17
In our part of the world, sex education is a restricted zone even verse and chapters of the Holy Books are twisted to enhance the agenda that has kept sex education at the back seat.
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Mutesi Miriam Aug 19
If you are not educating your children in this changing World then you are doing a disservice to them. @
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Save the Children NG Aug 14
Replying to @savechildrenNG
Here's a quote from Purity at an interview session during a poetry workshop last week in Abuja: "I want a country where girls' voices will be heard, where girls can reach their full potential, and become future leaders..."
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Priori Education Counselling Apr 19
~ Interview with the proprietress of Capital by ’s Ibrahim Jidda. Focus on women in the Arab community of & the importance of .
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Passion4SelfDiscovery 19 Apr 18
Of the 163 million illiterate youth across the globe, nearly 63% are FEMALE. Offering all children education will prop up literacy rates, pushing forward development in struggling regions. EDUCATING GIRLS is the KEY to 'ending' POVERTY!
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Vivian Okoli Oct 11
Met her @ the IDP Camp, She wants to be an Engineer and she's not giving up
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 16
In Nigeria today, most parents find it difficult to discuss sexuality with their children and rather let educational institutions educate their children on such matters especially with the girl child.
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VicePresidentOfIndia Jul 20
It is a welcome trend as educating a woman is equivalent to educating a family. Empowerment of women is of paramount importance to achieve rapid progress.
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 18
Replying to @Aunty_Dammy
With a steady upward climb in sexual exploitation and harassment, it is for this reason that that the call for comprehensive sexual education has received universal attention.
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 18
Replying to @Aunty_Dammy
It's another new week Twitter family, please extend your hands of support in making this project a success. 🙏
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 18
Replying to @Aunty_Dammy
In order to make this initiative a great success, I would be distributing sanitary pads to the girls of IWEREKUN HIGH SCHOOL lakowe, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos State.
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Mutesi Miriam Aug 16
Be a champion for Good. Reach out to the young people to break the communication gap .
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oluwaDamilola 🌺 Aug 16
Replying to @Aunty_Dammy
Me, Myself and I is an initiative created to enlighten the girl child on sex education, importance of abstinence, dangers of premarital sex, identifying symptoms of sexual violence and the importance of using sanitary pad as a symbol of personal hygiene.
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Egbema Girl Child Education Foundation Aug 18
Replying to @ChiefLOEjekwe
3. And to support sister organizations that promote girls' education and improved learning for all children.
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Egbema Girl Child Education Foundation Aug 18
Replying to @ChiefLOEjekwe
2. We will continue to play bridging roles to foster partnerships between the schools and the local communities, to mobilize and distribute resources where they are needed.
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