Girls can change the world

Given the chance, girls can play a critical role in solving the most persistent development problems facing the world today. By investing in girls’ education, preventing early marriage and teen pregnancy, issues such as HIV and AIDS can be resolved and the cycle of poverty can be broken. It’s not about prioritising girls over boys (in fact, we do lots of work with boys and men in the community), it’s about working with all members of the community to level the playing field and tackle inequality.

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Our impact in 2019

5,000

girls safe and happy in school

4,000

women and children benefiting from improved food security

1,900

community members trained in children's rights and violence prevention

331

girls from 13 primary schools graduating to secondary school

11,000

children with improved standards of education

9

schools provided with educational resources and equipment

700

children taking part in Reading for Empowerment sessions

8,000

teachers, parents and children with access to books, computers and internet

650

women trained in agri-business and good parenting skills

500

women engaged in women's table-banking groups to save and share funds to start own businesses and pay for their daughter's education

6,669

visits to the new library and resource centre by primary and secondary students

840

very vulnerable girls supported to stay in school

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