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Mentor Mohammed Javeed in Promoting Gender Equality

Organizing sessions on gender equality is crucial in creating awareness and promoting a more inclusive society. By sharing his knowledge and experiences with the students, he is contributing to a future where everyone is treated with respect and equality.

He said- “I started with conducting a gender-based equality session with students from the 8th to 10th grades, including both girls and boys, as well as teachers. As we initiated the conversation, lots of thoughts and ideas poured out from the students. Many of them shared their experiences and feelings, which they had never recognized or spoken about before. It was eye-opening to realize how society's stereotypes and rules had been blindly followed, affecting them in ways they hadn't been fully understood.

Our discussion served as a catalyst for change, inspiring these young minds to question and challenge societal norms. It was a memorable day of both fun and enlightenment, leaving a lasting impression on the students and reinforcing the importance of gender equality in their minds.”

Thank you for your dedication to these important causes and for being a mentor who truly cares about the well-being and growth of his students.

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