Educate Girls

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Art Exhibit Shows Scale of Female Gendercide

The United Nations Population Fund estimates that currently 117 million women and girls are ‘missing’ in the world due to these causes. That’s 3.4% of the world’s female population – missing as a result of human choice and behavior.

Education is the Answer

Education enables girls to achieve their rights.  It empowers girls with confidence and independence.  It provides girls with a path out of poverty, and it gives girls hope for a better life. Education is a silver bullet for empowering women and girls worldwide.  Education is the

Education: Girls’ Beacon of Hope

Written by Melody Mociulski, Chair and Founder of Educational Empowerment Girls around the world today are struggling to achieve their basic human rights – protection from forced labor, early marriage, conflict, and sex slavery; access to education; prevention of needless death from pregnancy and childbirth;

Conflict and Displacement: Impact on Girls’ Education

Can you imagine living as a refugee – or as a stateless person with no nationality?  Camps overflow with cramped quarters, no privacy, insufficient latrines, and scarce school options.  Girls are tasked with gathering firewood. They easily become prey for assault when venturing out at dawn

Why Should We Invest in Girls’ Education?

Originally published on The Huffington Post In developing communities, there are three structural issues that prevent a girl from fulfilling her right to education: Her gender, her zip code, and her economic condition. Deep-rooted stigmas against women’s education, conjoined with region-specific interventions and the heavy

A Father’s Love

Across India, over 3 million girls are out of school. The state of Rajasthan has 9 of India’s 26 worst gender gap districts for girls’ education. Studies show, in this state, 40% of girls drop out of school before class 5, only 15% primary school

My Journey

Post Written by: Meena Bhati, Field Communications Manager, Educate Girls  My name is Meena Bhati. I am recognized as Educate Girls’ oldest employee. I was born into a Rajput family living in the Chanud Village of Pali district in Rajasthan, India. The Rajput community does

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