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Young People in Kiribati combating the climate crisis

How Young People Tackle the Climate Crisis Threatening their Pacific Island

Kiribati is one of the least developed countries in the Pacific with few natural resources, limited governance, institutional capacity, and infrastructure. Humanitarian crises are prevalent here, and the occurrence of extreme weather events is likely to increase due to the climate crisis as the sea levels rise and regularly flood coastal homes.

Preparedness is key for the local communities. IPPF’s Member Association, the Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) has created a Humanitarian Youth Club. They meet regularly to plan rapid responses for their communities during a disaster.

Lockdown in Uganda: Solutions in a Time of Crisis by Girl Up Initiative Uganda for Girls' Globe

Lockdown in Uganda: Solutions in a Time of Crisis

Read our interview with Clare Tusingwire, Girl Up Initiative Uganda’s Programme Director, to learn about the impact of the lockdown on the lives of women and girls in Uganda, and what Girl Up Initiative Uganda (GUIU) is doing to help.

Finding My Voice & Protecting Girls from FGM/C

I work as a community facilitator with Amref Health Africa in Marsabit County, Kenya. The project is called Koota Injena, which means “come, let’s talk”. We work within four communities – the Borana, the Gabra, the Rendile, and the Samburu – to end FGM/C and early and forced marriage, and to redefine the value of girls.

My Menstruation is not a Sin!

Many women to this day experience an overwhelming level of stigma around menstruation.

An Interview with Neema Namadamu: a Warrior of Peace

Today, 20 February, is World Day of Social Justice. To celebrate, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with women’s rights advocate and social justice champion, Neema Namadamu. Neema is a remarkable woman with the resilience and fortitude of a warrior and the natural beauty

#NoChildAlone: Investing in Care for Children

To commemorate Universal Children’s Day 2017, SOS Children’s Villages asked children all over the world to show us how their mom or dad care for them.

Lessons from the UK’s First Period Conference

The UK’s first conference on periods brought together organisations from all over the UK to share their experiences of period poverty and period taboos, and to develop a manifesto to tackle these issues.

Gender Based Violence: What you need to know

Youth for Change works in the UK, Tanzania and Bangladesh and focuses on three areas under gender based violence; child/early forced marriage, FGM and sexual consent. Youth team member Gemma Munday explains what Youth for Change are doing to fight against these violations of rights.

From Child Worker to Girl with Big Dreams

A stable family can change the course of a girl’s life. Around the world, SOS Children’s Villages work to provide loving and stable families for children in need – children like Diane*.

What’s Holding Women Back in Engineering?

Although the topic of gender equality in engineering (and in STEM overall) is still common, and there is undoubtedly greater awareness of it, the problem is still far from being solved. Recently, there was an infographic published on the difficulties women face in scientific faculties,

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