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  • 1. Welcome 
  • 2.  The UniversalDeclaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in 1948. Basic education must be available, accessible, acceptable and adaptable for all  education plays an important role in enabling girls and women to secure other rights.
  • 3. Importance ofeducation
  • 4. “Poverty is the worst form of violence”“Poverty is the worst form of violence” -Mahatma Gandhi -Mahatma Gandhi
  • 5. The ways toovercome ?
  • 6.  Improving family health  Lower the child mortality rate  Good hygienic habits  Economic growth
  • 7. Of the is
  • 8. Women’sEducation
  • 9. Educate a GIRL and Change the Generation See how you can make a differencein a girl’s life through the transformative Power of education
  • 10. Women AchieversKiran bedi Homai Vyarawalla
  • 11. Khushboo Mirza
  • 12. HopeFor A
  • 13. Thanking All For ur THANKING YOU Presence FOR UR PRESENCE & & PATIENS Patience

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