girls’ education

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Why Menstrual Products Should be Free for All

In Zimbabwe, many girls in remote rural regions, and other disadvantaged areas such as farming communities, stay at home for the entire length of their periods. This is primarily because of the fear and shame that exists around leaking in front of others.

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.

Igniting the potential of marginalised and vulnerable girls through Girl-Centred Design

Igniting Girls’ Potential through Girl-Centred Design

Girls across the globe face barriers when it comes to equity and inclusion in so many areas of life. While organizations or other entities may think they know what girls need or want, I value the GirlSPARKS approach because it centres around girls’ actual thoughts, actions, and insight.

Politics affects health for women in Sudan - Swedish Organization for Global Health on Girls' Globe

Politics Affects our Health: the Case of Sudan

‘Social determinants of health’ are the circumstances and surroundings that influence an individual’s health outcomes. Researchers have focused on social determinants of health for decades and there is now a general consensus that higher socioeconomic status predicts better odds of future health and well-being. While

Will Education Alone Suffice?

Making opportunities for working and earning available to girls and boys equally is the responsibility of every government.

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