Tosiba Akter (pseudonym), 16, is working to end violence against women and girls in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
She has finished her secondary school examinations and aims to become a magistrate. She participates in UN Women’s project, Means to Lead: Empowering Rohingya Refugee and Host Community Women through Leadership, Learning, and Livelihoods, implemented by Oxfam Bangladesh. She is a member of the Girls’ Group at the UN Women Multi-purpose Women’s Centre and is mentored by staff of Mukti Cox’s Bazar, a local non-governmental organization and project implementing partner of Oxfam Bangladesh.
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