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Publisher:Deeper Learning Innovations Private Limited

Category:Comics

Language:English

Frequency:One Time

Magazine Description: Naina is facing a difficult situation. Her parents have fixed her marriage at an age when she should be attending school and pursuing her interests. While she understands that it is illegal, she is unable to convince her parents against this marriage. She has a dream of becoming India’s fastest runner someday. Will Naina’s friends and Dabung Girl be able to save her and give wings to her dreams?
This comic book features India's favorite superhero, Dabung Girl! – who, through engaging stories, builds understanding around social issues. Dabung Girl inspires children to learn, take action, and break stereotypes. Dabung Girl is ready to fight societal evils until they are wiped out! Thousands of young readers have loved Dabung Girl stories. And remember, when the going gets tough, #DabungGirl always shows up!

The current Pandemic scenario has exacerbated child protection issues. And we must act decisively to protect the children. Our goal is to empower children with information on their rights as well as to make them aware of the resources at their disposal to prevent and fight such heinous crimes.

The book has been designed in knowledge partnership with Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation. The content has been developed by leveraging life skills education research from Harvard University, and is in alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG 2030).

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