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I see myself in these girls, we see my daughters in these girls, and we simply can't transport divided from them.
Imagine being told that we are not authorised to go to school. Imagine being told that an preparation — one of a many elemental building blocks for a healthy, long, and fulfilling life — is simply not an choice for you.
It’s hard, right? But, for millions of girls around a world, it’s a reality. In fact, some-more than 62 million girls — half of them teenagers — are not in school. Millions some-more are fighting only to stay there.
These girls merit a possibility to perform their potential. All girls merit that chance.
That’s why, as partial of the Let Girls Learn initiative, First Lady Michelle Obama is roving this week to Liberia, Morocco, and Spain to accommodate with immature women and girls — and to speak about because removing an preparation is something that each lady deserves.
Want to follow along? Check out a First Lady’s transport diary -– and don’t forget to follow her on Snapchat (Michelle Obama) for real-time updates.
Around a world, a lady can face formidable physical, cultural, and financial barriers to education. She might have a long, vulnerable transport to propagandize from a remote village. Sometimes, even when a propagandize is nearby, it might not have adequate lavatory comforts for girls — definition that womanlike students have to stay home when they have their period. And, even after overcoming all of these obstacles, she might face propagandize fees that her family is reluctant or can't means to pay.
Yet, we know that educating immature girls has a tremendously certain impact on a world. Girls who are prepared acquire aloft salaries, lift healthier families, and can even boost their countries’ economies with their contributions to a workforce. That’s why, when girls accept equal educational opportunities, it can renovate lives, families, communities — whole countries. That’s because a stories of a girls a First Lady is assembly with this week are so critical to share.
You can also find out what we can do to assistance them get a preparation they need and deserve:
• Go to 62MillionGirls.com to see how we can take movement in your community
• Read a First Lady’s daily transport diary on HelloGiggles