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Apply to Lead the Spark Fund’s Youth-Focused Grantmaking

Are you a young person between the ages of 18-30 in Southern Africa or South Asia who wants to lead grantmaking for an exciting new fund to support youth-led social change? If so, we’d love to hear from you! Please read this overview of the

Girl Up Initiative Uganda and the SDGs: Youth Perspectives

During the 71st United Nations General Assembly last month in New York City, gender equality and women’s empowerment was a key topic – highlighted in Ban-Ki Moon’s in his opening remarks. Unfortunately, Girl Up Initiative Uganda (GUIU) could not represent the interests of our women and girls

Youth Speak Out About HIV/AIDS!

Today, Girls’ Globe blogger, Eleanor met up with several young people at the 2016 International AIDS Conference. It’s the last full day of the conference and these inspiring young activists had a lot to say about the work they are accomplishing to combat the HIV/AIDS

Young People’s Leadership in Ending AIDS by 2030

54 young people from  17 different countries across Africa, hosted a Youth Satellite Session at the 21st International AIDS Conference on Youth Leadership in Achieving Universal Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights and Ending AIDS by 2030, hosted in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund

The Best of Girls’ Globe In 2015!

The past year has been a whirlwind! As many of you reflect on your year, I am certain you are probably saying the same thing. From adding a new niece to my family, starting a new relationship and diving into my work with Girls’ Globe this

Adolescent Reproductive Health Concerns in Sub-Saharan Africa

Young people make up the greatest proportion of the population in sub-Saharan Africa, with more than one-third of the population between the ages of 10 and 24. And sub-Saharan Africa is the only region of the world in which the number of young people continues

#YouthVoices: PMNCH gives Adolescents & Youth a seat at The Table

The Board Chair of the Partnership on Maternal Newborn and Child Health, Graca Machel called for the establishment of a Youth and Adolescents Constituency. In response, The Partnership invited a group of more than 40 young people and youth leaders from 23 countries, representing organisations

No Really, Thanks, Birth Control!

Despite the overwhelming benefits and usage, contraception and contraception education are still widely considered taboo topics in most parts of the world.

Girls: The Missing Reality of the European Refugee Crisis

This post was written by Irene Diaz Soto of Child and Youth Finance International and Kathryn Paik of the Women’s Refugee Commission on behalf of the Coalition for Adolescent Girls.  Among the hundreds of thousands of refugees seeking safety in Europe, adolescent girls are all

We Did It! Making the SDGs A Reality for Girls

In 2015, I had the pleasure of attending the Post 2015 Inter-Governmental Negotiations at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. It was an incredible experience during which I witnessed first-hand the shaping of the future world in the next fifteen years time along with

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