INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD
In 2011, the UN declared October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child to recognize girls’ rights and to highlight the challenges that girls face around the world. We know all too well that violence and discrimination are a fact of life for millions of girls across the globe and even more so in war-torn communities.
But we also know that when you invest in a girl’s education, there are vast social and economic benefits. Girls who are educated are less likely to become victims of violence and they are also less likely to become child brides and child mothers. Educated girls contribute to their country’s economic growth.
The impacts are multi-generational, too. Women typically reinvest 90% or more of their income into their families and that is the reason why LIZDAV ACADEMY deem it fit to join the world to celebrate , to orientate and
to recognize girls' rights and the unique challenges girls face all over the world. ... International Day Of The Girl is meant to promote the empowerment of young girls everywhere, while also advocating for the attainment of their basic human rights, like education and bodily autonomy.
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