- Males should stand up to their own moms and dads when they start chirping about unwanted female children.
- Provide extra incentives for families that have more than one girl child. This will help correct the gender balance in a few years.
- If you have a female child, educate her and provide her the same opportunities as a male child. This is the one thing that makes female killing folks look foolish and dumb.
- Encourage marriage of males to educated women. Conversely, an educated female class will be more aware of their rights.
- Do not provide any government incentives to families that have only males. Again the bad snake good snake logic applies. But that is OK. Consider it payback for all the dead female children.
- If you're a neighbor who suspects abuse in a family, report it to your local authorities, be it police, child protection agencies, or family members you witness visiting the suspected victim.
- If you're a teacher who is suspicious of a child's recent loss of school days, notify the principal, make it a point in meeting with the family, and make a choice of saving a child's life.
- If you're a friend of a suspected victim, tell your parents of your suspicions. Make them see the reality of your suspicions and help them in getting help for the child that is being abused!
- If you're a wife, watching your child being beaten by your husband or boyfriend, get your child out of that environment.
- If you're a husband/boyfriend, knowing your wife is abusive; you have to take measures to save that child!
- Honouring girl education victories, e.g. high scores, etc. is one of the fastest ways to foster pride in the girl child.
- Empowering the girl child with education necessitates a change in India's deep-rooted mindsets of powerful figures, family members, teachers, and women.
- Support is needed from local police, members of legislative assembly, and other influential people. NGO's must initiate a conversation about the benefits of girl child education, and how they can benefit the community at large.
- Providing education access and support to girl children. Volunteering with an NGO can be a good start. You can lend some time out of your busy schedule to the cause of India's girls.
- Distribution of free stationery and Appreciation and encouragement events.
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Board of Committee
Mr. Anuj Bhati
Dr Rajender Dhar
Dr Ashok Tyagi
Mrs. Anita Lakra
Dr Harpeet kaur
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur
Mr Rajesh Sejwal
Ms. Priyanka Aswal
Mr Narendra Pawar
Ms. Jia Manjari
Ch. Om Tanwar
Shri Bram Prakash Prajapti
Delhi Pradesh Committee
Pramod Ku. Ravi
Sanjay Kumar Sinha
Shri Parveen Karla
Sanjay Kumar Sinha
Board of Member
Sarika Kumari Singh
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