Education of the Young Girl
On the sidelines of the 71st session of the General Assembly of the Nations in New York, the First Lady of the United States, Mrs. Michelle Obama, offered Monday, September 19, 2016, a show to the First Ladies from around the World and spouses of heads of delegation.
At the prestigious hall "Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre" in the heart of New York, the show lasted 1h: 30 on the theme: "Giving the opportunity to the young girl."
Lady Michelle Obama explained to her sisters First Ladies, the necessity of making adolescent girls’ education a priority. She urged them to act alongside their husbands to make this cause triumph.
Better, the First Lady of the United States, shared with peers her own story. She explained how the state scholarships have positively influenced her educational pathways.
Lady Michelle Obama revealed that 62 million girls have no access to education around the world.
Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan, the First Lady of Malawi, Mutharika Gertrude, for their part, have testify the efforts taken in their countries for the education of girls.
The various interventions were interspersed with acclaimed performances including "Beautiful" and "The Color Purple"
"I had a lot of fun to meet First Lady Michelle Obama and discover the show organized on the theme: “Giving the opportunity to the young girl”.
This is a good initiative that reaches our concerns, namely that our girls have the same educational opportunities as our sons. This is the case today in Côte d’Ivoire, through compulsory education for all children up to 16 years, "responded the Ivorian First Lady, Mrs. Dominique Ouattara.