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  1. Rights
    Men Must Be Part of the Solution – Sharing Realities from Uganda to the United States

    By Priyanka Ghosh, Manager, Communications and Marketing, EngenderHealth The annual Social Good Summit is always an event I’d catch online,…

  2. Development
    Nyumbani: A Safe and Caring Home for Hope

    Imagine yourself as a little kid. Imagine yourself just existing and playing in a limitless world without worries about global issues,…

  3. Development
    Girls’ Globe Bloggers at the Global Citizen Festival 2016

    Girls’ Globe was present at the Global Citizen Festival, sponsored by Johnson & Johnson, to provide coverage of the festival…

  4. Development
    The Power of Empowering Women and Girls

    We can’t talk about creating sustainable change and development without taking into account available resources. Engaging people and allowing more…

  5. Development
    Waging Peace for Sustainable Development

    A comprehensive list of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) makes up the United Nations’ 17-part agenda for sustainable development in the world by…

  6. Health
    Young Leaders and Johnson & Johnson Work Together to Reach Global Goals

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) require a lot of commitment and hard work, and young leaders have an essential role…

  7. Development
    Innovation & Partnership to Advance Global Goals in Health

    It takes a little bit of innovation and creativity to use the same tools to solve a gray haired problem.…

  8. Development
    Why Partner With Grassroots Movements?

    When it comes to work done by advocates and activists worldwide, there are various ways to classify different movements. Some…

  9. Maternal and Child Health
    The 2030 Promise: Multi-sector Partnerships Vital to Advancing Human Health

    Johnson & Johnson strives to make a significant impact on people’s lives. After the new Sustainable Development Goals were adopted,…

  10. Development
    Girl Up Teen Advisors on the World in 2030

    When we think about young people in relation to the Agenda 2030, what often comes to mind is that they will…

  11. Business
    How Businesses Can Partner for Sustainable Development (Video Blog)

    There has been much emphasis this week at the UN General Assembly on involving businesses in the Sustainable Development Goals…

  12. Mental Health
    Mental Health: The Health Crisis of Our Time

    Suicide is now the leading cause of death in girls aged 15-19 worldwide, surpassing death by childbirth. Differing from other…

  13. Maternal and Child Health
    Why Men’s Involvement in Safeguarding Maternal Health Is Critical!

    This post was written by Elman Nsinda, journalist and maternal health advocate, White Ribbon Alliance Uganda (nsindae (at ) gmail.com)…

  14. Rights
    Unequal: How Nepal’s Citizenship Laws Prevent Young Women from Achieving Their Dreams

    By Bidhyalaxmi Maharjan, Women LEAD’s Communication Intern Life has never been easy for Reni.* When her father died of cancer,…

  15. Politics
    Reflections on the Refugee Crisis from the UN General Assembly Week

    I live in Sweden and naturally, the refugee crisis has become a very important matter to me. There has been…

  16. Maternal and Child Health
    Four ways we’re making progress toward the Global Goals

    This week marks the first anniversary of the launch of the Global Goals. As the global development community convenes in…

  17. Rights
    Braver, Stronger and Smarter – Sustainable Development Goal 10

    “You think we can make it?” “We have 10 minutes and we are 6 blocks away.”  “I think we have…

  18. Development
    Obstetric Fistula and the Sustainable Development Goals

    The UN General Assembly convenes in New York this week. On the agenda: discussion of the first Sustainable Development Goals…

  19. Development
    Womaning Up by 2030

    This post was written by Alicia Weigel. Here at Mashable’s Social Good Summit (SGS), girls and women have taken the spotlight as…

  20. Health
    White Ribbon Alliance: Passionate Citizens Changing Communities

    Girls’ Globe bloggers have had the opportunity to meet with and speak to Midwives and Citizen Journalists from Uganda, Malawi…

  21. Health
    Midwife By Choice, Not By Chance

    This post was written by George Nkhoma. My name is George Nkhomo and I work as a nurse and midwife…

  22. Maternal and Child Health
    Maternal Mortality and Me: I Beat the Odds, But Many Women Don’t

    This post was written by Denise Dunning, Founder and Executive Director of Rise Up – pictured here with Rise Up…

  23. Feminism
    Gender Equality in Sweden: Can it get any better than this? (Video Blog)

    Video blog by Amanda Ring (18) and Julia Wiklander (29) from Sweden.  According to a report made by the European…

  24. Feminism
    Close Up: Gender Equality in My Community

    This week Girls’ Globe is in New York City during the United Nations General Assembly to report on the Sustainable…

  25. Health
    3 Ways Girls Are Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    Do you ever have those moments in life that stick out as “light bulb” moments? Whether you are driving down a…

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