The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights. … UNESCO is committed to celebrating this day to ensure that all girls have access to quality education and dignified life.
The theme for this year, “My voice, our equal future”, reimagines a better world inspired and led by adolescent girls, as part of the global Generation Equality movement.
We at North East Network aims to empower young girls and women, by invoking the power of poetry for India’s girls. We observe this day, by presenting to you a collection of rhapsodic, by young girls from Darrang District in Assam.
Let’s encourage these young minds to raise their voice against gender-based discrimination, violence, and injustice, to assert their basic human rights, demand access to health, and recognize their power and potential as leaders of social change.
Here’s presenting you Ankita Devi from Darrang District Asam, reciting the poem – This is not the time to sleep, by Usha Rani Devi and Hiyashree Nath from Darrang district Assam, reciting the poem- Sita by Karabi Deka Hazarika.