August 6, 2016

Maasai Women Community & Human Rights

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Paulina: “Stop female genital mutilation to save women lives”.

Beyza: “Big changes take place by the accumulation of little changes. So if you want to make world better,take action. It is better than worrying without doing anything”.

Qiqi: “Educated young people are the most important power to change a bad situation . Even though we cannot change the world, we can change our family at first”.

Shariemar: “When approaching a problem you have to be patient, creative, resourceful, and perseverant”.