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 2020

480

of the most vulnerable girls were given access to safe spaces, counselling and home visits from a social worker to enhance their personal safety and wellbeing.

450

families of the vulnerable women and girls received public health education awareness on COVID-19 to protect them from infection.

700

pupils continued to benefit from reading clubs / homework club and tuition sessions (560 girls and 140 boys) to maintain their education during school closures.

234

female caregivers of girls received agricultural training to build their capacity and independence, strengthen household incomes and enhance food security.

260

families received emergency agricultural supplies enabling them to grow nutritious food and sell the surplus to provide an income.

510

women were engaged in table banking (microfinance) groups to enable them to save and access loans to start and continue small businesses.

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