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On the Ninth Day of Christmas, Both Genders Practice Humanitarianism


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Many traditions celebrate women who set examples of care for others and devotion to improving the human condition. Girls United Clubs in Zambia and Liberia discussed their progress this month in encouraging peers to upholding such a standard and encouraging their peers to stay in school and learn the many ways in which they can give back to society.

Meanwhile, it takes two genders to honor the role of women. At Liberia's Faith Academy International (not pictured) participants in the Girls Forum extensively studied laws regarding rape and childhood marriage and the challenge of become an advocates for women, while Boys' Forums focused on etiquette, manners and humanitarianism. At Liberia's Faith Academy International (not pictured) participants in the Girls Forum extensively studied laws regarding rape and childhood marriage and the challenge of become an advocates for women, while Boys' Forums focused on etiquette, manners and humanitarianism.

As we highlight 12 of this past month's project reports, consider how much your contribution catapults not just one child's strengths but the capacities of the societies in which they serve.

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