Renuka, 14, Bal Sabha member
"My goal is to re-enroll all of the girls who have dropped out in my village. I believe that a good leader is able to inspire others to participate and be active. A good leader should give everyone a voice."
"Everything changed when I joined the group of Bal Sabhas", Renuka recaptures. She has a lot more self-esteem and gained confidence to make her voice heard at school and at home.
Being a powerful tool , Girls are most desired people in getting it accessed for arming themselves in this "powerfull" society.
“Investing in girls and women is likely to prevent inter-generational cycles of poverty and yield high economic and societal returns.”
Ban Ki-Moon, United Nations Secretary-General
Sumirtha, 13, re-enrolled
"I am so glad that Educate Girls helped me to go back to school. This is where I am most comfortable. I am happy to be with my friends and most of all I love learning in my class."
Sumirtha, aged 13, re-enrolled, Bali