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Improving the education of girls is one of the most lasting ways to increase stability, prosperity, and peace. When girls have the opportunity to further their education, their standard of living rises, and their families have a better chance of escaping the crushing cycle of poverty.
You can help put a young Afghan girl on a path to possibility by funding her education!
With all of the civil unrest going on in the world today, it's time we examine the values we're passing on to our children. What if we taught our kids conflict resolution as opposed to physical combat, and imparted them with tools to navigate grief and anger through positive outlets?
Young children need healthy outlets for conflicts. It's time to require conflict resolution programs in schools.
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager who was shot by the Taliban for campaigning on behalf of girls' education, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. At age 17, Malala is the youngest ever recipient. Click to read more about this remarkable young woman!