Women’s Innovation Fund 2018 Girls Take Over – International Day of the Girl

Because I am a Girl raises money for projects that make a positive impact for girls around the world.

These projects tackle some of the biggest challenges that girls face in developing countries, like access to the basic human rights to an identity, education and protection. Over the next 4 years, Because I am a Girl projects will support 4 million girls to get the education, skills and support they need to move themselves from poverty to opportunity

International Day of the Girl

Because I am a Girl raises money for projects that make a positive impact for girls around the world.

These projects tackle some of the biggest challenges that girls face in developing countries, like access to the basic human rights to an identity, education and protection. Over the next 4 years, Because I am a Girl projects will support 4 million girls to get the education, skills and support they need to move themselves from poverty to opportunity

Donate to LOST GIRLS 7 Things You Have To Check Out at Body and Soul 2017 Women’s Innovation Fund 2017 Donation Page Women’s Innovation Fund 2017 Thank You

Because I am a Girl raises money for projects that make a positive impact for girls around the world.

These projects tackle some of the biggest challenges that girls face in developing countries, like access to the basic human rights to an identity, education and protection. Over the next 4 years, Because I am a Girl projects will support 4 million girls to get the education, skills and support they need to move themselves from poverty to opportunity

Lost Girls | Irish Times Women’s Podcast

Because I am a Girl raises money for projects that make a positive impact for girls around the world.

These projects tackle some of the biggest challenges that girls face in developing countries, like access to the basic human rights to an identity, education and protection. Over the next 4 years, Because I am a Girl projects will support 4 million girls to get the education, skills and support they need to move themselves from poverty to opportunity

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