Since 14 April, all the girls shown here have been in the captivity of Boko Haram militants.
Abducted from their school in Chibok, Borno State, their whereabouts is unknown despite promises by the Nigerian government and a string of foreign aiders, such as the US, Britain and France to get the girls home.
The clock keeps ticking; hopes are diminishing as the girls continue to spend weeks and months with the bloodthirsty insurgents whose mission is to Islamise northern Nigeria.
Will these girls ever be brought back home? There are 219 of them with Boko Haram according to the final tally, by the Nigerian government.
*Photos, Courtesy of Thisday/Arise TV and Gordon Brown, former UK Prime Minister and now United Nations special envoy for Global Education