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CARE’s tribute to Women’s month

We have now reached the end of an exciting month for us here at CARE. We have spent the last month bringing you information, articles, graphics and videos to illustrate the importance of women in our society, and the struggles and discrimination they have faced through the years. In honour of International Women’s day we have created a platform to discuss issues of great global importance.

We have covered issues from, gender inequality, violence against women, rape, early marriage, women lead businesses and the impact of patriarchy. We believe that all of these issues can be helped with the power of education. With education, people are empowered with the ability to make choices and to understand the impact of those decisions. With education, we can help to inform others, we can start to change the social, cultural and gender norms that have existed for centuries.

Girls in our Chennai school

Girl’s in CARE supported school in Chennai

So many children just want this opportunity of an education, please donate and make that a reality for a child today. Every single penny to the pound goes to our grassroot causes. Do get in touch with us on how you can get involved with CARE.

A big thank you to all our guest writers as well as our team members that have contributed to the campaign. Kiran Nandra, Rameez Makhdoomi, Evelyn Akinmusire, Karthika Nair, Rupa Dodhia, Adwoa Gyimah (Child & Mother), Chiraag Thakrar, Shweta Krishnan (ASAP-asia), Priyanka Patel, Janvi Shah, Nirav Shah & Dilisha Patel and a few others.

There has been a lot of work that has gone on behind the scenes and they all deserve commendation. A big thank you to the CARE Youth Team!

And from me Dilisha Patel, I hope I have managed to raise some important issues to you all and made you realise that you can be the change; the onus is on each and every one of us.

Please do leave us any comments and feedback using the contact box below,  we look forward to hearing from you. We have had an amazing month, thank you to you all for your support!


One Comment

  • Karthika says:

    Thank you so much for publishing my article. And thank you for the efforts and campaign you undertook. All the best for the future. We will be there to support carEducation trust.
    Thank you again

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