Tetra Tech Recognizes the Power of Girls and Women to Change the World

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Tetra Tech Recognizes the Power of Girls and Women to Change the World

Celebrating International Day of the Girl Child 2017
As part of Tetra Tech's STEM Program, Tetra Tech donated its Future Engineering: The Clean Water Challenge book to the girls of the Josephine Fogg School in Kafue, Zambia.

As part of Tetra Tech's STEM Program, Tetra Tech donated its Future Engineering: The Clean Water Challenge book to the girls of the Josephine Fogg School in Kafue, Zambia.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 8:00am

On October 11, Tetra Tech joins organizations around the world in celebrating the role of girls and women in building a better world.

The United Nations’ International Day of the Girl Child has focused the world’s attention on “the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights. […] Girls have the potential to change the world—both as the empowered girls of today and as tomorrow’s workers, mothers, entrepreneurs, mentors, household heads, and political leaders.”

Tetra Tech believes in the power of girls and women to contribute to their communities and help solve the world’s most complex challenges.

Learn how we are helping empower girls and women around the world

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Keywords: Sustainable Development Goals | Day of the Girl Child | Diversity & Inclusion | Education | Education for Women/Girls | Gender Equality | Higher Education Access | Improving Education Quality | Quality Education | Responsible Consumption and Production | STEM