I've been wearing outfits other than the black dress for a couple of weeks now, and I am enjoying the freedom :) But there is still something left: all of the thanks for those who helped make this project possible.
I’d like to thank the Campaign for Female Education for helping give information for this project. A huge thank you to Lisa Vincent, my project advisor at Camfed.
Thank you to the faculty at my high school. I cannot express how grateful I am for their support. A special thank you to Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ferrara, and Mrs. Killoran for their encouragement.
To my friends and peers: a huge thank you for your amazing support. I cannot express this enough, but I’ll keep it a simple thank you :)
Thank you to my parents (especially my dad) for taking pictures for the blog.
To you, the readers, thank you for reading!
And on behalf of the girls in
that will receive an education through your support, thank you. We’ve helped to
make an education and a future of empowerment possible.
The only thing that separates me and any oppressed woman is an accident of birth. It is impossible to turn a blind eye to the needs of young women across the globe. Through this project, we know that an education brings us one step closer to fulfilling gender equality and economic and social empowerment.
An educated woman becomes empowered. She is no longer an object, no longer a possession. She realizes her potential. Seeing the impact of education, she gives back the education she has received, and she perpetuates the cycle of and its impact in future generations. She creates a future of change. She changes the world.