It is a Friday of mixed feelings, in light of the many things happening around the world. RedyMoney sincerely hopes you had a fulfilling week and that your plans for the weekend be productive whilst being fulfilling & satisfying. We send you off into the weekend with this inspiring quote from Albert Schweitzer: “Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into flame by another human being. We owe our deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light.”
On Tuesday, we had promised to give you some highlighted facts surrounding the UN’s call for investing in our young girls, as their driving theme for 2016’s observation of World Population Day. Girls that come from poor and poorer families, are more vulnerable to becoming victims of child marriages, child motherhood and ostracism. They have not been given the equal opportunity and access to quality care, information, education, adolescent and psychological development. By investing more in young girls, the ultimate aim is to have each young girls, fully educated and matured to make lifestyle choices in their own comfortable, without coercion.
Help us secure our world’s future, investing in our young girls, affect our familial structure (which we would have delved into prior, how important the family structure is) and the impact this foundation has on the future’s government. Can you help a young girl out of poverty today?
As RedyMoney gives you much to mull over this weekend (we always like to keep you active, informed and engaged), we hope the next time you see a young girl on the street, show a little kindness, a little care; and please be genuine about it. As we at RedyMoney say, you too, can ignite the spark in someone else.