According to UNICEF, Brazil ranked 4th in the absolute number of child marriage, with almost 3 million girls getting married before the age of 18. For long, the school textbooks have been dominated by male figures, with significant lack of female role models. As a result, Raphaele Godinho, a 17-year-old girl from Brazil, started the project “Rescuing and Valuing Woman”. The project encourages girls and boys to talk about female personalities and inequality of gender. It also gives girls space to openly share opinions and experiences of violence against women, and dropouts of girls for early marriage and child labor. The initiative is quite simple, however considering the fact that girls mainly receive information from their textbooks and classmates during high school, the efforts have been tremendous as they have changed the way how girls receive information, and bridged the gap in regular high school education.