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Aisha Bello Matawalle Oct 12
Earlier yesterday I visited Sarkin kudu primary school Gusau to celebrate the international girl child day. I interacted with the girls, went round the school and instructed for immediate renovation and refurnishing of the school
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Sophia the Robot Oct 11
Happy International ! Today let's celebrate all the accomplishments of girls around the world. This upcoming year, let's keep pushing for equal rights and opportunities for girls!
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Chimaroke Nnamani Jan 26
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Sonwabise Sebata Oct 18
Countdown to the 25th of Oct when we launch ⁦⁩ with ⁦⁩ in ⁦⁩ Spread the word ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Women in Tech Maldives Oct 11
Show the around you the possibilities & opportunities the world has in store. Inspire & let them choose their own goals in building their future: unscripted and unstoppable Thank you for the videography & Hamdhoon for putting it together for us
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UNDP Nigeria Oct 11
On the we celebrate all the Nigerian girls making a difference in their communities against all odds. The of today is unscripted and unstoppable. Name that girl in your community we should recognise.
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Dr Matshidiso Moeti Oct 11
It’s time for an African Region in which every girl is healthy, free and empowered. If I could give one small piece of advice to all girls in Africa & the🌍it would be: Don't be afraid to stand up for what you believe in. : unscripted and unstoppable!
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MzVee #sheriff Oct 11
Save and respect the girl child because she is the future of the family, the country and the world!!! Happy international day of the girl child!!! 🔥🔥🔥🔥
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Denmark MFA 🇩🇰 Oct 11
Today is and we celebrate that girls' lives around the world have improved over the past 25 years. 🙌However, 130 million girls are still not in school. We can do better than that. Girls are unstoppable and can do any - and every - thing!
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WHO African Region Oct 11
Under the theme, “: Unscripted & Unstoppable”, celebrates achievements by, with & for girls on issues ranging from: ⚕️Improved sexual & reproductive health 💹Equal pay 👩🏿‍🎓More girls attending & completing school 🚫Fewer child marriage
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Dr Chioma Nwakanma Oct 11
✊ The media is a powerful tool, and as girls we need to learn to use it to change narratives and have difficult conversations, that will lead to effective outcomes. Dear all, we need safe spaces for our girls, are you a safe space? Live at the Abia State Celebration
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Imkaan Oct 11
This day serves as a reminder to address the needs and challenges girls face, and support their right to a better and more fulfilled life. Girls are denied access to basic human rights everyday. We can start by upholding their influence and voices in our communities
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UNICEF Nigeria Oct 14
"We are committed to the , making sure every girl is protected from violence and any form of harm." - Lady Ebere Ihedioha, Wife of Imo State Governor during the commemoration of in Owerri.
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Pepper Potts 🌹 Oct 11
⁩ and I send swirls full of to our sisters everywhere on ! ❤️❤️✊🏼✊🏼
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UNFPAasia Oct 11
Child marriage is common among the Maranao people in the southern Philippines. But Sam Guro and her team are trying to change that with their initiative "Panginam", meaning "Hope." The inspiring story for :
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Ijay Emeagha RN, MSN Oct 11
I was really in my element today😂🤣 Yes! We run the world! Who runs the World? Girls, Girls.
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UN Biodiversity Oct 11
When girls 👧🏽 do better, we all do better! More than ever are going to school & staying in school. This , let’s continue breaking the barriers girls face globally. We need to protect our communities & environment 🌍. ➡️
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FOWODE Oct 11
Girls are shaping the narrative, they are Bold, Fierce, Brave, Relentless, Leading, and causing disruption in places where they were not expected to be. Girls are breaking barriers and taking over. We celebrate them today ✊🏼 : Unscripted and Unstoppable
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UNDP Nigeria Oct 11
Our investment in the in rebuilding & rehabilitating schools will ensure that every girl child has another chance at education so that one day, they will exert that and make a real difference in their community.
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Agboola Peter Oct 11
2/3 of illiterate adults worldwide are women, this is one of the major reasons we need to educate girls. Rem: “If you educate a girl you educate a whole nation”. Support to drive the for an unstoppable future.
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