Girls Being Given Parental care paves way for better performance. There is a chinese saying that goes:’Women Hold up Half The Sky’ if parents and guardians all over the world accord girls the right parental care, but also take their place in the world just as much boys do the same. However, one of the essetial needs that dadaabian school girls lack is “Parental Care.” ofcourse, a farmer knows well that keeping an eye on the daily goings of his farm determines what he sow. So are the parents. Its incumbent on them to work hand in hand with their children to a chieve goals in life. On the other side, the girls, if she fails to get her parents care exudes in confidence, laziness and among other which will drastically contribute to her failure. But in dadaab, it all seems crazy. Parents are blind of the fact a head. They say girls are to be prepared for marriage. And the quetion that comes to review is, how do you prepare her for marriage? Imagine a situation whereby your daughter fails to write her name? Surely, out of the quetion, it’s shameful than anything else. But people differ in thinking and reasoning. There are those who are proud of what others call shame. They laugh and feel delight when described with all sorts of dirty adjectives. Above all, they even narrate their stories to other open-minded fellows who will open their mouths wide agap, put their hands on their heeds and start crying because that is how all they can do. In an interview, mzee Ali an octogerian who lives in ifo says girls should only learn primary. “More than eight years of learning is ofcourse waste of time for a girl. The girl is getting older and needs to produce,” he father explains. Even though mzee Ali’s fabulous idea is absolutely far behind the world we live today. Many believe the same. On the other hand, Mama hajiyo awrala, a mother of eleven children, concurs simply with mzee Ali. “Girls going to high school and far as university is a sort of breaking our ancient and brilliant culture. Even us we have never gone to class and yet we still survive,” she says. If the parents who were supposed to encourage their girls to learn are letting them give up, will they continue? You don’t have to imagine much, the answer is simply No. Parents are to be for the poor perfomance of girls in schools.
Ifo Secondary School
The Voice of Dadaab Refugees.