http://archive.aacu.org/ocww/volume38_2/global.cfmEducation is a moral and human rights issue: investing in the schooling of females promises rewards that benefit the whole of society.
Research has shown that providing women with a proper education:
"These girls are the future of Luanda in particular, and Kenya, and the world at large." Father Akum Innocent, Parish Priest in Luanda
What does the future hold for these young women?
"I hope to be a lawyer, and not just a lawyer, but an international lawyer who fights for the rights of young children, especially girls." Mercy
"I hope to be a doctor... when I treat people, I improve the lives of people, that's the thing that excites me." Josephine
"I hope to be a secondary teacher, teaching history, government and religious education." Diana
"I am excited about how my life will be after achieving my goal which is to become a lawyer and to judge people fairly according to their mistakes." Sharon
"I hope to be a teacher in the future so that I can inspire other girls." Imelda