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Dear Partners

This is to seek your esteemed Organization's partnership in co-organising the upcoming " 2nd Ethiopian Girls Award" in connection with the observance of the International Women's Day on March 8,2020.


International Women's Day (March8)is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The Day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.


We are currently organizing the "2nd Ethiopian Girls Award" on March 8,2022 in order to build partnerships and galvanized the national/global movements to end gender-based violence against girls and to reward the outstanding efforts of individuals, institutions and communities that contribute to the advancement of education and welfare for girls and women.


The event is expected to involve relevant Government Ministries, UN Agencies, International agencies, the NGO community, celebrities, and girls from high schools and universities.


There will be an award session under five categories , an inter-generational dialogue and exhibition.


You are cordially invited to participate in this high-profile event as sponsors or by exhibiting your works during the occasion.


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"Let us devote solid funding, courageous, advocacy and unbending political will to achieving gender equality around the world. There is no greater investment in our common future."
- Former UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon

You are invited to brighten the world of girls!


For More Information or participate, please contact:

The Organizer: Wings Education and Media

Tel: +251983771173

Email: wingseducationmedia@gmail.com


The 1st Ethiopian Girls Award

"Empower Girls, Change the World."

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The 1st Ethiopian Girls Award was held with the theme "Empower Girls, Change the World." at the Mosaic Hotel in Addis Ababa on 20 March 2018. Officially opening the ceremony, H.E. Alemitu Umod, State Minister of Women and Children's Affairs of the FDR of Ethiopia, said girls in Ethiopia continue to endure gender-based violence, humiliation and other ills perpetrated in the name of age-old harmful traditional practices."

During the reception five outstanding individuals and institutions were awarded prizes under different categories in the presence of H.E. Alemitu Umod, the State Minister and other distinguished guests. They were selected by the girls' panels on the basis of recomendations made by five recognized experts in the area of girls' and women's education and rights of women.

Recipients of the Award included:


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