India observes National Girl Child Day on January 24 each year. In India, National Girl Child Day is observed to bring attention to the gender imbalance that girls must deal with. National Girl Child Day is observed with the goal of reducing obstacles that women and girls encounter in the areas of education, health, employment, and other facets of daily life. Making girls in the nation aware of their rights is the goal of National Girl Child Day. National Girl Child Day raises awareness of the objectives of girls' employment, health, and education. National Girl Child Day has a different topic each year.
In India, January 24 is observed as National Girl Child Day since it was the day Indira Gandhi took office as the country's first female prime minister. The Ministry of Women's Welfare and Child Development began observing National Girl Child Day in India in 2008 as a way of empowering women after a woman became the nation's prime minister for the first time in the nation's history. It was a significant shift.
The Indian government established National Girl Child Day in order to promote equality in society. Making people aware of daughters in society is the primary goal of Girl Child Day. Additionally, make sure that every female has access to human rights. In addition, awareness regarding gender disparity needs to be raised. Get rid of all the discrimination women experience in society. All individuals need to be made aware of the prejudice against girls in society, together with the nation's daughters.
The theme for National Girl Child Day 2023 has not been announced yet.