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Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention
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Bring back our girls: Education is Prevention

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This presentation was given by Ebony Johnson at the Under the Baobab African Diaspora Networking Zone at the International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2014.

This presentation was given by Ebony Johnson at the Under the Baobab African Diaspora Networking Zone at the International AIDS Conference, AIDS 2014.

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  • 1. Bring Back Our Girls: Education is Prevention
  • 2. Boko Haram “Western Education is a Sin”
  • 3. With her life in danger, she defied everything She is DETERMINED to LEARN
  • 4. What role has education played in your ability to make decisions?
  • 5. “When girls enjoy equal access to education, and women, men and young people can claim their right to sexual and reproductive health, we come closer to equality” UNFPA
  • 6. Why is education is essential for the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls?
  • 7. How do we ensure that all women and girls have access to education.. The ability to live with dignity and options?

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