Every Girl is a Queen

AyoOluwa Shalom Ebire
Posted December 13, 2017 from Nigeria

I have passion to make every girl child see herself as nothing else but a Queen.A queenat home, at her career, business circle or workplace, in the society, and anywhere around the World she may find herself.

That girl you see today is a potential wife, mother, Business owner, doctor, lawyer, engineer, president, World leader, whatever great value is embedded in her.

She needs the necessary support and guidance to help her know and understand her great potentials, develop self-esteem, understand challenges that she might face in life; at home of within the society and against all odds, become the queen that she is created to be.Therefore, she has to treat herself as a queen and know she deserve to be treated as such by others.

Let everyone out there become interested in supporting and protecting a girl-child to see her become a QUEEN.

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Jill Langhus
Dec 13, 2017
Dec 13, 2017

Hi there AyoOluwa. Thanks for sharing your story. I couldn't agree with you more. What is your vision/mission? Do you have a website or social media pages to share? I would like to hear more about:-)

AyoOluwa Shalom Ebire
Dec 14, 2017
Dec 14, 2017

Thank you Jlanghus for the encouragement. 

Vision:  To mentor and provide empowerment and protection for the girl-child in Africa and advocate on issues affecting the girl child across the World, all in a bid to ensure that every girl-child lives a fulfilling life.

Mission: Organise impacting and interactive programmes (such as camps, girls club, empowerment workshops, excursion, etc.)  and form collaboration with individuals and organisations with similar interest to reach the girl child one-on-one, in groups in schools, clubs/organisations, digital media and other available means.

Blog: g2qinitiative.blogspot.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/g2qinitiative

Thank you.

Adanna
Jan 10, 2018
Jan 10, 2018

Dear Ayo,

Yes, indeed every girl child is a queen!

Thank you for sharing.

Love,

Adanna

Sophie Ngassa
Jan 10, 2018
Jan 10, 2018

Hello Ayo, We should see our selves as queens, so that our girls will also see themselves as queens. Thanks for sharing you story.

Brenda Fuen Formin
Apr 15, 2018
Apr 15, 2018

Dear Ayo
I will love to network with you. Your story is awesome. Your vision is similar to mine. Will love to hear from you.