Pictures from our blog archives of the past year in celebration of the first International Day of the Girl.
Power to be inspired.

Josephine Mpongo, cellist

Credit: Kinshasa-symphony.com


Power to read.
Little Girl Reading

Photo courtesy: General Media Solutions


Power to design.
Mmofra Foundation teen holds up Charrette definition

Credit: Mmofra Foundation


Power to speak.
Young Mmofra Language Club member speaks

Credit: Mmofra Foundation


Power to perform.
Students Performing Children of the Man-Made Lake at Open Day, 2007

Credit: Mmofra Foundation


Power to record.
Elisabeth Sutherland records a Playtime in Africa session
Power to run.
Schoolgirls Running in Open Day Performance, 2007

Credit: General Media Solutions


Power to ponder.
Girl at Mmofra Foundation Arbor Day session.

Credit: Mmofra Foundation

Power of self-expression.

Girl, Nima Muhinmanchi Art program, Accra.

Credit: Mmofra Foundation

Power to excel.

Young Ugandan chess champion Phiona Mutesi

photo credit: Stephanie Sinclair, ESPN.com


Power to paint.
Young girl adding handprint to mural, Muhinmanchi Art event

photo credit: Alex Akuffo Productions


Power to dance.
Mmofra Language Club participant dressed as chief

Credit: General Media Solutions


Power to learn.
Children spelling on corkboard at Mmofra Reading Clinic

Credit: General Media Solutions


Power to be happy.
Little Girl at Mmofra Session 2012

Credit: Mmofra Foundation.


Power to be the next generation of a new country.
Two South Sudanese girls celebrating independence

Two South Sudanese girls. Credit: Mmofra Foundation

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