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Women's Day: Beautiful girls are blazing their way ahead

Last updated on March 8,2018 at 10.30 am

These young female achievers made their mark in fields as challenging and diverse as research, arts, poetry and science.
and March 8 celebrates women across the world and their achievements at an economic, political and social level. The celebration is not limited by the boundaries of age. In fact, the upcoming generation of women are taking charge so they can rise up to every opportunity within reach and lead in every field,and  change is afoot and the young women of today will be empowered to be the future leaders of tomorrow.

The young woman:excellent Researcher, Hanane Larbi

hanane larbi saouli is the young algeiran woman, excellent Researcher,Got many national and international awards in different areas such as sports, journalism, scientific research and the latter in which the capability and potential of age, as have many of the certificates in scientific research, the 

scientific excellence of the United States of America this see originality, innovation and values.

When it comes to ambition, Hanane believes the sky is the limit' literally. "II love to discover all that is mysterious because it drives me to work more and is an inspiration for world scientists.I'm very lucky to have found my dream to pursue it at an early age," she said.

Hanane dreams of becoming an excellent Researcher in the world one day. She also received many certificates and academic awards from European,

Later, . Hanane looks forward to raising the Alg flag aloft in all her participations and work, and proving that the children of the Alg are the generation of future builders, capable of innovation and excellence.

"What pushed me forward was my determination but also the support of the women I've looked up to, with the most important one being my mother," she said. "I'm proud of the accomplishments of Arab women over the past decade, and more so of the mothers who taught their daughters to be innovators, creators, fighters, and contributors to their community.

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