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Young girls in the African country of Malawi face tremendous adversity when it comes to achieving personal autonomy. It's widely accepted in Malawi that girls belong in the home, performing household duties and taking care of the family. They are not presented with many opportunities to excel in education or professional development.

It's imperative that all women in the world are given the chance to succeed in whatever profession or pathway they choose. We need to implement programs that give girls the tools they need to accomplish their goals.

Sign the petition asking the United Nations to implement programs and educational curricula in Malawi that promote female participation and success.

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Dear Secretary Ban Ki-moon,

Now more than ever, it's crucial that we present women with the opportunities and assistance they need to succeed. Girls in Malawi are currently encouraged to stay at home, perform daily chores, take care of the family and largely remain tied to domestic responsibilities. This is not the way our society advances.

If we want to see the well-being of the human race advance, we need to provide women with the same opportunities to excel as we do men. Doing so will open the door for unforeseen societal advancements and solutions to global problems.

Please do your part to see that women in Malawi are given more opportunities to pursue their goals and dreams. If you do, we will only see a positive outcome.


Petition Signatures

Mar 18, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 16, 2018 Mary Ann Jones
Mar 12, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 12, 2018 Courtney Sulak
Mar 11, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 11, 2018 Annicka Chetty
Mar 10, 2018 Paul Grohman
Mar 9, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 9, 2018 Ann Kristin Rasch
Mar 7, 2018 Freya Harris
Mar 7, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 6, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 6, 2018 Lynn Brown
Mar 6, 2018 María Florencia Martínez
Mar 4, 2018 Kate Ross
Mar 4, 2018 Cristina Jercan
Mar 4, 2018 Sara Vilhena
Mar 4, 2018 Sara Vilhena
Mar 4, 2018 adriana onicu
Mar 4, 2018 Mirella Vracha
Mar 4, 2018 Richard Han
Mar 3, 2018 Jessica Wardlaw
Mar 3, 2018 Jennifer Falsetta
Mar 3, 2018 Toni Howard
Mar 3, 2018 tj bolduc
Mar 3, 2018 Marilyn Stern-Olshan
Mar 3, 2018 Ellen Marshall
Mar 3, 2018 liz kilburn
Mar 3, 2018 Rebecca Maria
Mar 2, 2018 Susan Closson
Mar 2, 2018 Ana Luisa Luque M.
Mar 2, 2018 Pam Fox
Mar 2, 2018 cheryl hopkins
Mar 2, 2018 Sylvia Gonsalves
Mar 2, 2018 Alvena Pauls
Mar 2, 2018 Kathi Aker
Mar 2, 2018 Kayleigh Brown
Mar 2, 2018 Ellen McCann
Mar 2, 2018 Fernanda Magri
Mar 2, 2018 Barbara Bunton
Mar 2, 2018 Lisa Lynch
Mar 2, 2018 Cindy Perilstein
Mar 2, 2018 Melissa Clayman
Mar 2, 2018 Jesse Finley
Mar 2, 2018 Gilson Melo
Mar 2, 2018 Loraine Lindsey
Mar 2, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Mar 2, 2018 Susan Harlan
Mar 2, 2018 Emma Jackson
Mar 2, 2018 Brenda Choi

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