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. ...

Girls in Thies fight for ball

Girls in Thies fight for ball
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' Turn Kicks Off 2013 Season!'

Lala and the Saint Louis girls

Lala and the Saint Louis girls
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' Turn Kicks Off 2013 Season!'

Ladies' Turn Photo Exhibit at Princeton

Ladies' Turn Photo Exhibit at Princeton
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' Turn comes to Princeton!'

Gaelle, Jennifer, & Princeton Women's Soccer Team!

Gaelle, Jennifer, & Princeton Women's Soccer Team!
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' Turn comes to Princeton!'

Gaelle Yomi and Jennifer Browning present the film

Gaelle Yomi and Jennifer Browning present the film
Photo from Progress Report 'Ladies' Turn comes to Princeton!'
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