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IPPFAR Oct 10
A quarter of young people, mostly girls, are neither employed nor getting an education or training. We renew our commitment to guard the rights of girls that may otherwise hinder them from attaining highest skills & qualifications relevant for the current job market.
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USAID Oct 11
Globally, 62 million girls ages 6-15 are not in school. Let’s change this! USAID improves access to education & quality of learning, from early grades through higher ed. More:
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Renée Ngamau Oct 10
Loving the Conversation. How do we prepare our girls for the workplace? Sadly, for now, by giving them the tools to recognize & ward off unwanted sexual advances, creating the network of women who look out for each other & demanding excellence
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USAID Asia 12h
Improving women’s & girls’ access to quality education & training can lead to higher-paying, middle-skill jobs in high growth, in-demand occupations, such as those in STEM.
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Girls Not Brides Oct 10
Girls can be leaders, doctors, teachers, engineers. Don’t let stop them
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BresciaUC 11h
The talented students from Nancy Campbell Academy kick-off our celebrations through song, dance & poetry.
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Canada in India 7h
Replying to @ShantiBhavan
: 8 brilliant young women from took charge as our Consul General & CEOs for a day last week in Bengaluru. Thanks to the Canadian & Indian companies for supporting & encouraging these young women prepare for leadership roles!
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ladders Oct 11
Every Girl's right must be respected. Girls should be allowed to make informed decisions about their lives. Girls are endowed with potentials and capable to lead their lives. Let Girls be who they want to be
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TVDSB Equity and Inclusive Education 11h
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USAID Education Oct 11
Girls are a force for positive change in their communities. works to harness this to improve education outcomes.
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DELILAH 15h
Replying to @delilah_aisu
Post activities: Today we shall be in Wakiso District to educate girls on SRHR. It's every girl's right to know everything about their sexual reproductive health; and how to manage perceptions that surround it.
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Lisa Langley 8h
International Day of the Girl Workshop at Brescia. Day was filled with thought provoking presentations and dialogue. Enjoyed sharing the experience with these wonderful young women! The sky is the limit to be who you want to be!
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Katherine Hadda Oct 11
It’s the International Day of the Girl, and this year’s theme is skills building. Providing girls with a good education and encouraging them to reach for the stars builds a brighter future for them, their families, and their communities.
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Pakuranga Rangers Oct 17
Replying to @PakurangaRanger
This is Captain Equality. They “fight off gender-based violence”, “leap over buildings and bounce off of discrimination”, “zap employers and convince them to give equal pay”, and more!
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NA MIMI? 16h
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Pakuranga Rangers Oct 17
Replying to @PakurangaRanger
This is STEMonster. She helps to solve the world’s problems with her knowledge and is an enthusiastic ambassador for STEM. Anything she looks at, she can tell the measurements of. She encourages people to go into STEM study and careers.
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BresciaUC 9h
An empowering morning of conversations about gender discrimination & privilege at .
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Hindustan Unilever Oct 10
HUL's Project Prabhat continues to help through its partnership with . Since 2017, over 8000 girls have been impacted through this association.
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OSSAP-SDGs Oct 11
If you want to break the cycle of POVERTY; EDUCATE A GIRL! International Day of the Girl Child
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Maica Teves Oct 13
I was extremely nervous during my first TV appearance but having the opportunity to talk about SPARK and the International Day of the Girl on a national platform was so important to me. IDG may be over, but may we continue to celebrate girls (and women) every day.
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