Ladies' Turn

Ladies' Turn is working at the grassroots level, organizing football matches in the hearts of Senegalese neighborhoods, to give Senegalese girls and women their turn to play. While football is extremely popular in Senegal, it is considered a men's sport, meaning that most girls do not have an opportunity to play. Girls also face disparities in the educational system: while primary education for girls in Senegal has made significant gains, most girls never complete secondary school. To change this reality, Ladies' Turn aims to: i.) Expand opportunities for girls to play soccer. ii.) Promote girl's education and personal development. iii.) Promote gender equality through soccer. ...

Making our voices heard

Making our voices heard
Photo from Progress Report 'Our story told around the world' (view small | med | large | orig)

Ladies' Turn will air on ARTE this Friday!

Ladies' Turn will air on ARTE this Friday!
Photo from Progress Report 'Our story told around the world' (view small | med | large | orig)

Our documentary aired on TV5 Afrique on April 1st

Our documentary aired on TV5 Afrique on April 1st
Photo from Progress Report 'Our story told around the world' (view small | med | large | orig)

Women leaving the field to the boys

Women leaving the field to the boys
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' turns to education !' (view small | med | large | orig)

A group of Ladies' Turn participants dream big!

A group of Ladies' Turn participants dream big!
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' turns to education !' (view small | med | large | orig)
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