The girl child has been described as the most vulnerable in humanity. In line with this belief, there is a need to rebuild hope for the girl child, give them a better future and above all cause them to believe in themselves.
We joined the world on the 11th of October to celebrate the girl child under the theme ‘empowering the girl child before, during and after conflict’. 10 musicians singing for change joined the team to create an emphasis on the role of the girl child and to call on every individual to empower this unique sex in their endeavors.
These musicians developed a play which illustrated a girl who had a passion for singing, but had strong opposition from her father from her father; but then, his eyes were opened to the potentials of this his talented daughter by a more informed uncle. In the long run, this father gave his daughter the necessary support and training she needed to achieve her dreams. A poem encouraging the world to empower the girl children was also performed and a song to celebrate all girl children. Videos of these performances were uploaded and shared on social media to educate everyone across the globe on empowering the girl child.
The RCESD team is calling on all the girls out there to believe in their dreams and follow them. Also, every individual should empower their girl children not only during and after conflicts, but before the conflict actually occurs.
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