Educated. Empowered. Equal.

Educated. Empowered. Equal.

A Nepalese organization reaches out, asking girls worldwide:  

“What Matters to YOU?”  

To mark the International Day of the Girl, Her Turn created this Her Day video. Made entirely through volunteer contributions from development workers and caring friends from around the globe.

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 Take a LOOK!

Meet girls from Cambodia, Liberia, Nepal, Palestine, and the United States to hear what they feel, what they hope for, and about the challenges they face being a girl in their society. 

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“The best thing about being a girl in my society is I feel that I can make a change and I feel that my opinion is not more heard, but it is strong.”

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 BONUS:  Want to use YOUR VOICE?  Take the 4GGL Survey, today! 

4GGL thanks Her Turn for bringing this story to our attention.

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Her Turn empowers girls and equips them with skills and knowledge that allow them to create their own safe and healthy futures. In workshops led by local female trainers, girls cover the issues of health, safety and leadership skills.  [/symple_column][symple_column size=”one-fourth” position=”last” fade_in=”false”] her turn_logo

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