The #50Power# Initiative by Amer Mayen Dhieu

Posted: July 27, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Amer Mayen, Education, Junub Sudan, Press Release

Amer Mayen Dhieu, Brisbane, Australia


July 2017 (SSB) —- My name is Amer Mayen Dhieu, A South Sudanese-Australian residing in Australia. Growing up in three different countries has been a marvelous experience that has helped me to acquire a new purpose in life.

My daily inspirations are my mother and myself and my personal life’s goal is to grow wiser and help share the knowledge with those in need.

I have deep passion for girls’ education and I have involved myself advocating for it. My biggest achievement so far is finding my voice and confident to stand strong in the face of all odds.

I am keen to share this with most, if not all, young women out there to help shape the future for upcoming generations of women.

October 11th is international Girls’ Child Day

I usually celebrate it in my own way. But this year I have decided to launch a campaign to help promote women empowerment through education under the theme “#50power#

The goal of my campaign is to raise one thousand dollar ($1000) to help my chosen charity provide educational opportunity for two girls living in Kakuma Refugee camp in Kenya.

The slogan of my campaign is #educate#inform#empower#

My campaign Hashtag is #Amer@50power#

To help reach my goal, I am looking for ten people or more to sponsor me. All the donation goes to educating girl children in Kenya.

My chosen charity is Twic East Girls Scholarship Program with which I am a volunteer.

Their mission is to empower women through education. They do this by providing a scholarship to girl children who are at risk of early child marriages, early school dropout and forced marriages in Africa.

To sponsor me, please send me a message on my Facebook inbox for more info on how to donate or send an email to under the subject Amer@#59power#

You can donate as little as $5.

For more info, please visit

Thank you for helping in informing, educating and empowering women in need.

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