Inspiring the next generation of female leaders. From coaching a Girls on the Run team to presenting at our annual Summit, getting involved with Girls for a Change means you are making a commitment to confident Montana girls. July 13 am - pm Recurring Event See all An event every day that begins at am, repeating until July 17, This year's theme: Girls Are Courageous! All girls going into 6th-8th grade are invited for this week-long experience at Girls' Stories Girls' Voices. Join other middle school girls to explore many of the issues they face and discover ways to achieve a sense of self, deal with conflict, build relationships, and learn about our global….
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Who We Are | Girls For A Change
Every year 15 million girls are married before the age of How do we get from here to a world without child marriage, where girls and women enjoy equality with boys and men, and are empowered to reach their full potential? Every year approximately 15 million girls are married as children across countries, cultures, religions and ethnicities. Child marriage is rooted in gender inequality and in the low value accorded to girls, and is exacerbated by poverty, insecurity and conflict.
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Girls For A Change
Girls For A Change GFAC was formed in with the mission of empowering young women by inviting them to design, lead, fund and implement social change projects that tackle issues girls face in their own neighborhoods. Since , GFAC has focused more deeply on the empowerment and uplifting of a population whose needs are most unmet—Black girls and other girls of color. We, as an organization and movement, view this action as a first step to end the prejudice, poverty and lack of resources that leave Black girls and young women vulnerable at the margins of society.
This is part of growing up. It's called puberty. Puberty is when a person's body changes from a kid to an adult. Girls become women.
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