Your donation will help us amplify the voices of Afghan mothers who are fighting for the continued right to education for their daughters at a critical moment in the history of Afghanistan. The right to education is not just a basic human right but key to achieving sustainable development and peace.
Raising the voices of mothers is powerful not only because mothers inspire respect but also because they are change makers within their family and community.
Ultimately, standing for girls’ education in Afghanistan
is standing for girls’ education everywhere.
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