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  1. Felton T. Mennoh

    we are the voice of street and rural adolescent girls and the girl child in Liberia. We believe that when girls are equipped, empowered and informed well they will break the inter generational poverty life cycle and bring their self, family and community from extreme poverty.

    Major concerns of girls in Liberia are Sexual Reproductive Health issues, Rights of girls, School dropouts and non continuity of girls education.
    We as grass root organisation Youth Action for Progress Inc working daily with these girls in Schools and Communities should be given the opportunity to information and materials that will help us impact the lives of more girls positively.

    it is our plan on Ocober 11 the Day of the Girl child to carry on a community Out-Reach and Forum on the day…discussing issues that will impact our communities to make a complete change on the issues of the girl child.

    we look forward working with you

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  2. INSTITUCIÓN EDUCATIVA PARROQUIAL "NIÑO JESÚS DE PRAGA"

    We are forming educational institution and young people with limited economic resources of the Barrios Altos area of Lima , Peru , but with a great creative ability and desire to excel. We want to help train them and equip them with moral values ​​necessary to break the cycle of poverty and all forms of gender violence tools . You will feel able , fighters and winners , shapers of their own destinies .

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  3. Umar Jimeta

    Her dear diary initiative (HDDI) is an empowerment initiative for girls, we are interested in their steady and progressive development and to that effect HDDI is planning to execute projects to help girls and ladies in Northern Nigeria. #HerWrite2Read is an ongoing basic literacy project developed by HDDI to impact underprivileged girls with basic reading and writing skills and since it’s inception some six weeks ago, the project has made some strides in seeing this through as the girls are responding positively to the project. We are determined to ensure that girls enjoy all the benefits associated with having an education and our motivation is imagining a world of able girls. Now that is power

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  4. Mariatha Causway Parent of Jada Holder

    Girl power to the world. equal rights and similar opportunity for girls around the world. to develop, to learn, to love.
    to earn. to be peace keepers. to stand tall and together.

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  5. Zhanna Zharmatova

    We are Girls Activists of Kyrgyzstan. We are feminist initiative that fights for equality for girls. We do this activism since 2013, when Bishkek Feminist Initiatives organized camps for girls. Girls Activists are 13-17 years old. Our the most important conception is every girl in Kyrgyzstan to have equal rights. We want girls to be protected from discrimination, rape, bullying or any type of violence. Bacause a lot of Kyrgyz traditions force girls to sit at home, clean house, wash dishes, cook and marry early. That’s why we give girls safe and friendly space, for discussing important issues about girls and their teenage life.
    Among these issues are: gender equality, reproductive health, rights, arts, sports, science and education e.t.c. We have regular meetings organized by the girls on our own, where we develop, learn and just have fun. We also share their experiences, ideas, give advises and support each other in difficult situations.
    We have also many projects and plans in future, and running marathon is one of them (that’s how we gonna celebrate 11th october).
    Thank you

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  6. Abena Yeboah

    we are the voice of street and rural adolescent girls and the girl child in Ghana. We believe that when girls are equipped, empowered and informed well they break the inter generational poverty life cycle and bring their self, family and community from extreme poverty.

    Major concerns of girls in Ghana are Sexual Reproductive Health Rights of girls, School dropouts and non continuity of girls education.
    We the grass root organisations working daily with these girls should be given the opportunity to information and materials that will help us impact the lives of more girls positively.
    Girls are not invincible, we are visible and can be seen.
    We are made up of young women who were once on the streets and in very poor villages who knows and understands a girls plight.
    Thank you

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