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Young girls in the African country of Malawi face tremendous adversity when it comes to achieving personal autonomy. It's widely accepted in Malawi that girls belong in the home, performing household duties and taking care of the family. They are not presented with many opportunities to excel in education or professional development.

It's imperative that all women in the world are given the chance to succeed in whatever profession or pathway they choose. We need to implement programs that give girls the tools they need to accomplish their goals.

Sign the petition asking the United Nations to implement programs and educational curricula in Malawi that promote female participation and success.

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Dear Secretary Ban Ki-moon,

Now more than ever, it's crucial that we present women with the opportunities and assistance they need to succeed. Girls in Malawi are currently encouraged to stay at home, perform daily chores, take care of the family and largely remain tied to domestic responsibilities. This is not the way our society advances.

If we want to see the well-being of the human race advance, we need to provide women with the same opportunities to excel as we do men. Doing so will open the door for unforeseen societal advancements and solutions to global problems.

Please do your part to see that women in Malawi are given more opportunities to pursue their goals and dreams. If you do, we will only see a positive outcome.


Petition Signatures

Feb 20, 2018 Betty Kowall
Feb 17, 2018 Candace Slivinski
Feb 15, 2018 Tara Kovach
Feb 15, 2018 Axa Tolonen
Feb 15, 2018 Kim Robinson
Feb 14, 2018 Teresa Foster
Feb 13, 2018 Bonnie Steiger
Feb 13, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 12, 2018 Russell Jackson
Feb 11, 2018 Jean Rodine
Feb 4, 2018 Rosemary Rannes
Feb 3, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Feb 2, 2018 Carla Compton
Feb 2, 2018 Ioanna G.
Jan 27, 2018 Eva Avrampou
Jan 27, 2018 Matthew Schaut
Jan 27, 2018 Georgette Lebel
Jan 26, 2018 Janis Bunch
Jan 25, 2018 Kevin Dahl
Jan 23, 2018 Shabnam Shafiq
Jan 22, 2018 Autumn Wilson
Jan 22, 2018 Vivien Wass
Jan 22, 2018 Anne-Marie Henkes
Jan 20, 2018 Sonya Grant
Jan 20, 2018 Jericho Williams
Jan 19, 2018 Carla L
Jan 18, 2018 Danielle Evans
Jan 18, 2018 Valerie Baksa-Cato
Jan 18, 2018 María Jesús Escobedo Barrera
Jan 18, 2018 Jennifer Day
Jan 18, 2018 Karen Lutz
Jan 17, 2018 Miriam Navarro
Jan 17, 2018 Gregory Brooks
Jan 17, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 17, 2018 Judith Hazelton Education is the road to a better life!!
Jan 17, 2018 Heinz-Helmut Umbreit
Jan 17, 2018 Hannah Thandi
Jan 17, 2018 Dana Barry
Jan 17, 2018 Ulla Olsson Engström
Jan 17, 2018 Aleasa Crary
Jan 17, 2018 Malgorzata Szyszka
Jan 16, 2018 Kristine Brovold
Jan 16, 2018 Zoe Spiropoulou
Jan 16, 2018 Ulrike Kapeller
Jan 16, 2018 (Name not displayed)
Jan 16, 2018 Gail Erath
Jan 16, 2018 Linda Kehew
Jan 16, 2018 Sheila Tran
Jan 16, 2018 Stephanie🐱 Selby
Jan 16, 2018 Diane Pease

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