Why are girls not given an equal opportunity to study and progress like their brothers? Watch this heartwarming and thought provoking video that answers all the questions and shows how educating girls can create a larger impact.
Shalu’s family could only afford to educate one child. Hence, her brother was sent to school while she stayed at home to help her mother in daily chores.
Shalu is not the only girl who has sacrificed her dreams, career and life for her brother. Even today, when we talk so much about gender equality, there is a large number of girls who are deprived of a basic right like education.
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From childhood to old age, a woman’s life just fades away under the shadow of the male members of the family.
Here is a heartwarming video that not only shows a bitter reality but also provides the solution that an educated girl can bring a larger change.
“Educate a boy and you educate an individual. But educate a girl and you educate a community.”
Watch the thought provoking video here –[embedvideo id=”CJAO5MQf05s” website=”youtube”]
This video was originally published by The Pixel Saga Studios here.