Empowering Girls Dialogue – Project Soar, Morocco 

Our Mission 

The mission of the Empowered Girls Dialogue II (EGD II) project is to empower marginalized Moroccan teen girls with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to advocate for their rights. We aim to provide them with the tools and opportunities they need to become leaders, advocates, and catalysts for change within their communities. 

Empowering Moroccan Teen Girls: Breaking Barriers, Shaping Futures 

In Morocco, teen girls from marginalised areas face significant challenges such as school dropouts, child marriage, early motherhood, and gender-based violence. These obstacles hinder their full participation in society and preserve inequality. EGD II aims to address these issues by giving girls a voice, enhancing their leadership skills, and empowering them to challenge detrimental practices against girls and women. 

Our Partner  

We are partnering with Project Soar (PS) for the Empowered Girls Dialogue II (EGD II) project. Project Soar is a registered girls’ rights and empowerment organization with a proven track record in Morocco. Their deep understanding of Morocco’s cultural context and commitment to gender equality make them a valuable partner in this project. We are committed to using our combined skills, expertise, and resources to make a positive impact on the lives of Moroccan teen girls. 

Goal of the  EGD II Project 

The Empowered Girls Dialogue II (EGD II) project aims to improve the lives of marginalized Moroccan teen girls. The project has two main goals: 

  • To empower teen girls and enhance their leadership skills so that they can become active citizens, decision-makers, and advocates for their futures. 
  • To provide teen girls with a platform and voice within their communities to challenge repressive customs and ideologies that maintain gender-based discrimination and inequality. 

The EGD II project believes that through education, dialogue, and empowerment, it can help create a brighter and more equitable future for Morocco’s teen girls, their families, and their communities. 

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