Today is THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL.
Do you know that there are about 1.1 billion girls in the world? This figure makes up for a large part of a vibrant global generation poised to take the future, yet the ambition for gender equality in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) highlights the preponderance of disadvantage and discrimination borne by girls everywhere on a daily basis.
Let’s speak for women. The Girl must have equal access to health care, education, basic human needs and job opportunities.
The Girl must not be seen as a sex object but as a machinery of positive change to the world. The Girl must not see the other Girl as a competitor but as a partner in our fight to change the world.
The Girl must see beyond marriage and relationships and rather fight for a better future in her career to be fulfilled. The Girl must take control of her emotions and must be respected.
The Girl must be able to stick to her principles without fear of been sidelined. The Girl must be empowered and made to lit the light. The Girl must see herself as the best and most wonderful.
The Girl must be able to build for herself wealth, knowledge and be able to live on her own pocket. The Girl must be able to be independent and survive without a Man seeing him as a companion not as an opportunity.
The Girls also have fundamental rights and must be respected.
I am proud to have a MUM, SISTER, NEPHEW.
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