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Malala Yousafzai, the young girl from Pakistan, who stood up to the Taliban for girls’ right to education, has inspired all of us!
What’s more, she has reminded us all of the POWER of GIRLS, in a world that constantly tries to make girls feel powerless.
On 12th July, Malala Day, which is dedicated to promoting the cause of education for all (and especially for girls), let’s celebrate the power of girls!
Click on the images below to find more interesting stories, of girls who have made an impact, big or small, in their own ways.
If you have an interesting story of a girl who has made a difference, share the link on Facebook Day, using the tags #womensweb and #malaladay and we will feature your post!
“Speak Up And Raise The Alarm”: This Young Girl From Muzaffarpur Refuses To Stay Quiet
The Instagram Page ‘I Am Like Other Girls’ Teaches Us To Be Proud Of Being Like Other Girls
Not Even A Lack Of Basic Facilities Deters These Young Girls From Dreaming Big Of An Education
Poorna: Watch This Hidden Gem Of A Movie About A Courageous Dalit Girl
Dr. Rukhmabai Raut: The Child Bride Who Fought To Become A Doctor
Kudos, Gayathri Subran, The First Dalit Woman To Wheel An Aircraft!
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