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Indeed many young girls withdraw from maths especially because of the challenges and its complexities which they do not want to explore. Growing up ad a girl, i really did not want to do maths but what interested the most was the fact that in every thing i did in life, i needed maths so i hadn't a choice.
Well in my small corner, i have not stopped encouraging girls to study math. STEM is an organization as yours which empowers young girls. Thanks to founders like you, Sophie for this wonderful initiative. I join you to help the girl child in this domain.
Much love !
Thank you for encouraging more girls to study maths.
If we all contribute in our own little ways, more girls will be encouraged.
I am selective in my liking of Math subject - I don't like Algebra but I love Trigonometry and Physics but I agree this should not discouraged girls to get their hearts and mind in the numbers that makes the world go round :).
Good luck in your campaign and looking forward to more girls in the field of science and technology. We are also promoting the same in my country.
Good to hear from you. I really loved Physics too :)
We will continue to push to get more young girls to pursue STEM careers.
Hi Adanna. Thanks for sharing your project/initiative. Keep us posted on your progress and how you are changing the old beliefs and paradigms around science, math and technology for girls. I'm curious and would also like to know how it's going along the way. Have a great day!
Thank you for always encouraging me, I do appreciate.
I will keep you updated.
Hi Adanna:) You're very welcome. Do you have a fundraising page to share so we can spread the love? Looking forward to your updates on your project:-)
Yes, I have a fundraising page Jill.
Oh, great! I will share it on my Twitter and FB pages. Make sure to add it to your post above and/or within so people can give or share:-)
You may also want to write and submit your story for the current story awards "Wealth of Women:" https://www.worldpulse.com/en/voices-rising/story-awards/85951.
And, you may want to apply for the Girl Rising story award/prize: https://www.girlrising.com/challenge.
There is also an opportunity to apply for a free, six month mentoring on the "Resources" page, if you are interested: https://www.worldpulse.com/en/community/users/bim/resources/86074.
Hope this helps...
Yes, very helpful.
Thank you for the information Jill :-).
Oh, good:) You're welcome!
STEM is so important. Girls can do as well here as anybody.
Yes, STEM is very important.
We will continue to encourage girls to participate actively and pursue STEM careers.
Helo Adanna girl always run away from this subjecr , thank you for sharing we will try ro encourage them
Thank you too. Please do continue to encourage more girls to pursue STEM careers.
Dear Adanna I am one of those students who ran away from maths from my secondary days and I later saw the effect .back then my math teacher made maths look so abstract something out of the ordinary and am sure many girls went through such because their teachers didn't use the right approach on them .I know with this your project the view of many girls concerning maths will definitely change .more efforts
Thank you for sharing your experience with maths :). Many young girls can relate to your experience.
Yes, I would love to see many young girls embrace maths.
Hello Adanna, your project Is a good one.not only in Nigeria but every were in Africa girls run from math . thanks for encouraging them,we will also do.
Thank you too. Sure, it is not only in Nigeria, it's a global issue.
We will continue to encourage more girls all over the world to embrace STEM.
Thanks for the work
Thank you Agnes. :)
Hi Adana,happy to see you encourage girls to love maths we do same in our country but i was not good in maths for there was nobody to encourage me but i do so with my children and those who are around me and the children that our organisation assist
Good to know that you are also encouraging your children and those around you.
Well done sister.
Thank you for sharing the information dear Adanna
Thank you too dear Zeph.
Keep up the good work!
This is an area that girls needed so much encouragement to pursue carries in technology. Thank you Adanna for this wonderful work you are doing. Kudos to you my sister
Thank you big sis!
A lot of young girls need encouragement and mentors to pursue careers in STEM.
Well done, Adanna. The girl child need to be encouraged if their future will be guaranteed. You are by this encouraged.
Thank you Harriet!