In celebration of the International Day of the Girl Child, Muazu Africa’s Big Sisters Project is gearing up for its annual event that promises to make a lasting impact. This year, Ansar-UD-Deen High School has the honor of hosting this empowering initiative.

The Big Sisters Project, a brainchild of Muazu Africa, brings together remarkable social entrepreneurs who are also role models to mentor young girls. The focus of this initiative is to instill the principles of design thinking and its application in solving critical social issues.

Over the years, this project has grown from strength to strength, impacting the lives of countless girls. To date, 41 girls have been empowered with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to take on the world’s challenges. Through the guidance of these inspirational big sisters, these young minds have blossomed, becoming champions of innovation and advocates for positive change in their communities.

As we eagerly await this year’s event at Ansar-UD-Deen High School, it’s clear that the Big Sisters Project is not just a celebration of the International Day of the Girl Child but a beacon of hope for future generations. Stay tuned for more updates on this incredible initiative that continues to inspire and empower young girls to be the change-makers of tomorrow.

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