What is Our Mission?To promote and advocate for economic, social and emotional well being of girls and young women and to influence positive social transformation.

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What is Our Vision?A society where very child is empowered and free to exercise their rights and live peacefully in a just, humane and equitable society.

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How Your Money Helps?Provide learning materials and education support for fees for a girl who would otherwise be forced out of school.

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Our Target Group?Marginalized and socially excluded girls including street girls, orphans, child brides, poor adolescent girls, disabled girls, girls living with HIV and AIDS...

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Latest Publications

  • $20 can purchase 2 sets of re-usable sanitary pads to keep one adolescent girl in school for the whole year. Most girls stay out of classroom during their monthly periods because they cannot afford and sustain disposable sanitary pads and therefore cannot take care of themselves.

  • $50 can pay for education materials (school bag, uniform, notebook and pens) for a poor adolescent girl or a survivor of child marriage for a year and change her destiny forever.

    $50 can also pay for 1 mentoring session for 40 girls.

  • $100 to pay for family planning lesson for 40 adolescent girls to prevent unplanned pregnancies and reduce school dropout due to early pregnancy and early marriage.

    $100 can also pay for HIV/AIDS prevention life skills session for 40 girls and reduce their vulnerability to HIV transmission. Girls between 10-19 years are six times more vulnerable to HIV infections than boys in the same age category.

    $100 can also purchase nutrition supplement to HIV positive children and adolescent girls.

  • $1000 to run an advocacy campaign to end child marriage in one rural community.

  • $20 can purchase 2 sets of re-usable sanitary pads to keep one adolescent girl in school for the whole year. Most girls stay out of classroom during their monthly periods because they cannot afford and sustain disposable sanitary pads and therefore cannot take care of themselves.

  • $50 can pay for education materials (school bag, uniform, notebook and pens) for a poor adolescent girl or a survivor of child marriage for a year and change her destiny forever.

    $50 can also pay for 1 mentoring session for 40 girls.

  • $100 to pay for family planning lesson for 40 adolescent girls to prevent unplanned pregnancies and reduce school dropout due to early pregnancy and early marriage.

    $100 can also pay for HIV/AIDS prevention life skills session for 40 girls and reduce their vulnerability to HIV transmission. Girls between 10-19 years are six times more vulnerable to HIV infections than boys in the same age category.

    $100 can also purchase nutrition supplement to HIV positive children and adolescent girls.

  • $1000 to run an advocacy campaign to end child marriage in one rural community.

Recently Uploaded Videos

The Story of Florence and Harmful Traditional Practices in Malawi

This video by Girls' Empowerment Network (GENET) of Malawi shares the reality of the harmful traditional practices that disempower the lives of girls in Malawi and the work GENET is doing to change these practices. The Story of Florence is the story of too many girls in Malawi.

"Addressing The Crisis Of Child Marriage Through Community Dialogues"