Stop the violence by educating girls and young women about their rights to live free from violence and to have the skills and confidence to claim them.
Safe Space- Prevent sexual exploitation of girls and young women in Leeds, UK
Only 5% of girls reach secondary school in Muhuru due to pregnancy, HIV orphanage, and early marriage. Few receive the support necessary for success.
Strengthen the anti-trafficking advocacy project by hiring a Trafficking Program Officer
Maasai girls face many challenges because of cultural traditions such as female genital mutilation and forced early marriage, which prevent girls from continuing education.
ZanaAfrica is innovating a radically affordable sanitary pad to help more Kenyan girls stay in school.
Commercial sex trafficking steals the dignity and freedom of its victims. Help us restore these most basic human rights for survivors.
Prevent sex trafficking of minors by creating and distributing curriculums with accompanying new media.
On July 12, 2013, over 600 young people are taking over the United Nations in New York for an education Youth Summit in honor of Malala’s 16th birthday.