World Girl Child Day

International Day of the Girl Child, also known as World Girl Child Day, is observed annually on October 11th. It was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2011 to recognize the rights and challenges faced by girls worldwide, and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights.
World Girl Child Day

The day aims to raise awareness about the issues faced by girls globally, including access to education, nutrition, medical care, protection from discrimination, violence, and child marriage. It emphasizes the importance of empowering girls, supporting their education, and ensuring equal opportunities in various aspects of life.
Each year, World Girl Child Day has a specific theme designated by the United Nations to focus on particular challenges or goals related to girls’ rights and well-being. The day serves as a reminder of the importance of investing in girls’ education and supporting their social, economic, and political empowerment.
Efforts and initiatives on this day often include discussions, awareness campaigns, and events aimed at promoting girls’ rights and advocating for positive changes in policies and practices that affect girls globally.

Objective of celebrating International Day of the Child

The purpose of celebrating International Girl Child Day is to make the girl child aware. For your rights, for your safety and equality. So that they can face all the challenges and difficulties that come.

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