At 100%, they work i.a. with young girls rights to attend school, they work mostly in the local communities of Ghana and Kenya. Here in Denmark, all the children has to go to school, and for most it would be completely strange if school were not part of everyday life.
For some of my classmates, it is a punishment for them attend school, which I sometimes can relate to. Mathematics can sometimes be a little difficult and there is a lot of homework.
But when I think of all the young girls who do not have the opportunity to attend school, I come to think of how lucky I am. Everyday I can go to school and everyday I learn a lot of new things. When I finish primary school, I can get an education. There are many children and young people which cannot.
100% for the Children's project "Girls' rights" has made me think in a whole new way. It may be boring and difficult to attend school, but it's for my own good. When I finish primary school, I can get a free education, but out in the world, families have to choose which child should have an education and which child should not.
That is why it is very exciting for me to read and learn about how young girls are fighting for the right to education. And I'm glad there are some who are fighting for all girls to go to school.