Sheryl Sandberg: We need women at all levels, including the top, to change the dynamic, reshape the conversation, to make sure women's voices are heard and heeded, not overlooked and ignored.
Finally, the integration of women into the development process is something that's been discussed. Not only women are now seen as essential, but they're also seeing themselves in these terms. This is only a portion of what needs to be done and a few steps to what we need to achieve. This is definitely not the time to rest. We still need to address many issues that still affect women and girls. And, we are all responsible for doing something.
That being so, I, as a writer, dedicate every book published under the theme of March 8th (International Woman's Day) to the AHETU project. 40% of the proceeds from these books will be invested in the process of creating opportunities (regardless of type) for one (woman) or a group of women. The aim of the project is to develop effective measures for the success of women and girls.
I do so in hopes of participating in the creation of a fair world. A world that recognizes and respects women. A world where women also value themselves.