How to become the best version of yourself as a girl.
International Women’s Day presents an excellent opportunity for teachers, parents, and caregivers to educate and inspire children about gender equality. From celebrating women’s achievements to challenging gender stereotypes, educating future generations about gender equality is one of the most grassroots differences anyone can make. This was the base of the talk, which was held at The Bridge International School on Women’s Day.
A Certified Child Protection Advocate: Janice Azong-Wara gave a talk to this effect. She taught our young ladies techniques on how to become the best version of themselves as they grow into womanhood.
The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day was: “DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality”. According to the Science|Business Network, “Digital technologies are the backbone of future competitiveness and better societies”. This year’s event celebrated the women and girls who are championing the advancement of transformative technology and digital education. Equally, putting a watching eye on the impact of the digital gender gap, which has widened economic and social inequalities.
What does the girl child need to thrive? How do you become a better version of yourself?
Due to the various impact of the digital gender gap, there is an increasing need to help the girl child succeed and become the best version of herself. In this regard, a few points were highlighted during the talk Ms. Janice had with our young ladies:
- Visualize what the best version of yourself looks like.
- Always try to improve yourself (keep learning).
- Be confident no matter what.
- Don’t hesitate to ask for help.
- Never be afraid to speak up.