Importance of Girl Child Education in Our Society

Importance of Girl Child Education in Our Society

Importance of Girl Child Education in Our Society.

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As part of the events to mark the September theme of Rotary International titled; “Basic Education and Literacy”, the Director and Founder of Sabi Law, Onyekachi Umah, Esq presented a paper on the 8th of September, 2022 at the Sandralia Hotel, Jabi Abuja to his fellow Rotarians at Rotary Club of Abuja Metro – RCAM and Nigerians on the Importance of Girl Child Education. It is the 40th SabiLaw Lecture Series.

The presentation (the Importance of Girl Child Education in Our Society) is the 40th Sabi Law Lecture Series of the Sabi Law Foundation. The Sabi Law Lecture Series is the collection of legal awareness presentations designed to increase access to justice in Nigeria.

CONTENTS OF THE LECTURE

1. Context
2. Causes of Low Girl
Child Education
3. Benefits of Girl Child
Education
4. How to Increase Girl
Child Education in
Nigeria
5. Rotary Commitment

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The paper focuses on issues of Girl Child Education, Gender equality and equal opportunities for all, since these will increase life expectancy, GDP and national building, among others.

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His presentation sufficiently covered; The Causes of Low Girl Child Education, Importance of Girl Child Education, How to Increase Girl Child Education in Nigeria, and the Rotary & Rotarians Commitment to Girl Child Education.

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Feel free to reach the author, ask questions or make inquiries on this topic or any other legal issues via onyekachi.umah@gmail.com or +2348037665878.

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