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The adversity of mountain could not prevent Unueshayang to pass her secondary school certificate examination

Unueshayang (17) thought her dreams got shattered when she could not sit for the secondary school certificate (SSC) examination in 2021 due to not having the preparation. Lack of guidance is the most common challenge that children living in hill tracts mostly suffer in completing education. Unueshayang’s father tried to give her daughter the best opportunity but could not arrange tuition for her. After knowing this, ActionAid extended mentoring support for Unueshayang and she finally appeared in the SSC exam 2022 where she successfully passed the examination.
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Children are sharpening their inquisitive minds and becoming proficient in debates

ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) has organized a debate training to make children proficient in debate and sharpen their inquisitive minds.
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Children of Ghoraghat are moving towards cultural movement:

This year, Children of Ghoraghat celebrated Child Rights Week through different activities. This time, they focused on street drama presentation as through this, the image of the society can be beautifully displayed and can leave a mark on people's minds easily that no medium can so. So, they decided to portray the image & problems of their area through a street drama.
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Capacity-building training on child journalism has motivated children to pursue their dreams:

"I have participated in three days of child journalism development training held with Trinamool journalist members. By attending this training, I learned about 5w and 1H, while writing a news report it is very important to note these 5- W's and 1- H's and include them in the report. I am now more confident to write reports. By participating in this training, I now know about child journalism. Along with this, I learned more about the importance of education. The impact of three-days long training is more to me. I have made myself more motivated by participating in this training and I will try to share these learning points with all the children of the Child Journalist Team in the coming days. The training learning will be also very helpful in my studies", said by Sai Sainu Marma (16)
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Drama and child competition have an effective power of expression

A child from the drama group Meem (15) said, “while developing the drama script, we were not aware of but after finishing we realized every character of the community has a role to prevent child marriage and we can effectively fit the roles. Along with the parents and community leader, neighbor the role I played has a great responsibility and can positively or negatively tackle child marriage situations.”
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