• You could start by talking to your friends, families, teachers and community members about adolescent girls’ rights in disasters.
• Talk to your teachers / youth workers / peers about organising a lesson or activity focusing on the importance adolescent girls rights in disasters.
• Could you orchestrate groups of your friends / peers to talk or write a letter to your government representative?
• Localised campaigning: raise awareness of the how disasters impacts the well-being of girls and boys and how experiences of disasters can be drastically different for girls by organising petitions, putting on exhibitions or plays or doing sponsored activities to get your point across and invite local media.
• Tweet about it: use social media like Facebook and Twitter to share information on how the needs and rights of adolescent girls are not given enough attention in disaster prevention and response.
• Support the Because I am a Girl movement by raising awareness about the importance of girls rights to education in disasters.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?