Ghada Wali, Minister of Social Solidarity, will witness on Thursday morning, October 10, the Egyptian Girls Forum to celebrate the International Girl Day, organized by the Ministry of Social Solidarity in cooperation with Plan International Egypt and the Canadian Embassy in Cairo.
The celebration will be held at the headquarters of the Ministry of Social Solidarity in Agouza on the occasion of the closing of the celebration of the International Day of the Girl, a large number of participants in the initiative "Girls in leading roles" of ministers and representatives of the executive and legislative bodies and ambassadors and interested.
The Girls in Leadership Initiative initiative, which the Ministry of Social Solidarity has cooperated with Plan International Egypt and the Canadian Embassy in Cairo for the second year in a row, invites girls to assume leadership roles within embassies, ministries and international bodies for one day in the political, economic and social fields in a message from the participants. Reaffirm their commitment to uphold the right of girls to equality, highlight the successes girls can achieve and change stereotypes within society
The first World Girl Day was launched in 2012, following the global call by girls themselves to formally establish it, through a UN resolution, with the support of the Canadian delegation and Plan International, to raise awareness about the specific challenges girls face and to take action to address it. .
Many countries joined the movement in a concerted action to show support for girls on 11 October each year. The main objective remains to focus on making the invisible lives of girls - with all their hardships and strengths - visible and visible to all to inspire responsibility and social participation to work for the promotion of girls' rights.
World Girl Day is now the basis for winning community support through activities involving individuals, organizations and governments.