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SAVE GIRL CHILD photography exhibition on 28th June 2014,

SAVE GIRL CHILD photography exhibition on 28th June 2014, 10.30.a.m. at Gallery- g , 7th Cross, Maini Sadan, 38, Lavelle Rd, Reva showroom  (next to  Dakshin Honda) , Bangalore.
Video clipping of students from various countries Campaign for release of  200 abducted  Nigerian girls
Inauguration by   Smt   Umashree ,
Minister for Women and Child Development, Karnataka


 SCEAD is attempting to give female children education and life they deserve, empowering them to take on the world. It believes in spreading awareness to ensure that India has a glorious band of leaders that comprises both men and women.

Creative photographer Sanyukta Gupta draws attention to the plight of the girl child through this exhibition that entails 30 photographs to educate and inform, generate charity for orphan girls at SCEAD’s orphanages.

As well a campaign for release of  200 abducted  Nigerian girlsstudents by Boka haram group in support of those girl’s and their families. In campaign students from Europe, brazil, Argentina, Egypt, Bahrain, Turkey, and Indonesia who are in Bangalore working on save girl child issues, will be showing solidarity  video clipping of their counterparts from their respective countries.

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