Every day, girls face barriers to education caused by poverty, cultural norms and practices, poor infrastructure, violence and fragility. According to the World Bank, giving girls access to schooling is a central part of eradicating global poverty, which says educated women tend to be healthier, participate more in formal labor markets, have fewer children and marry later.
Educating girls' changes everything.
- Transforming Education: 621 Graduates to date
- Global Impact: Alumnae at 162 universities in 25 countries
- Women in STEM: Educating future STEM leaders
- Economic Growth: Secondary education boosts girls' wages by 15-25%
- Food Security: Our 40 acre farm provides food and training
- Poverty: 100% of our students receive financial aid to attend Gashora Girls Academy
- Fostering Entrepreneurship & Service: Our students volunteer 6,000 hours a year combined
- Developing Leaders