“I would like to see that girls are no longer used, as one African women said, as an ATM card. They are not economic exchange for either work or for dowry, but they’re allowed to develop and have a very fulfilled life as was intended for them.” -Cindy Breilh, Strong Women, Strong World, at the World Vision & Girl Rising Google+ Hangout
If you missed it on Tuesday, tune in above. Strong Women, Strong World, World Vision Advocacy and the Senior Producer of Girl Rising, Martha Adams, sat down to talk about the film, the girls and how World Vision is working to prevent the injustices girls often face. Watch above and let us know what you think in the comments below!