HYDERABAD: For the promotion of girl child education, about 10,000 students, aged between 13 and 19, will participate in a 2km walk, which will be held in the city on February 4.
The walk, which will be organised by the Children Sports Foundation in association with the Balala Hakula Sangham, will begin at Lal Darwaza and will end at Charminar.Neknampur lake now has biggest floating island in India.
Importance of Girl child Education:
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child activist note:
“We are organising the walk to increase awareness on problems a girl child is facing. Through this walk, we aim to promote girl education and eradication of child marriages among other issues. About 10,000 girl students are expected to participate in the event along with the women from all walks of life,” said Achyuta Rao, a child-right activist.
“The walk is an encouragable move as we know in day to day society on how women are deprieved of education and many other comforts compared to boys, more such walks should erase the inequality among males and females” said Navya Reddy a student who is studying her medicine in Kamineni Hospitals.
The organizers gave a call to school and junior college managements and asked them to encourage girl students studying in their organization to take part in the event which will begin at 8.45am.
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