Foundation to Educate Girls Globally

Educate Girls' vision is to achieve behavioral, social and economic transformation towards an India where all children have equal opportunities to access quality education. We leverage existing community and government resources to ensure that all girls are in school and learning well. We aim at improving access and quality of education for 4 million children living in underserved communities in India by 2018.
The Child Brides: Send Them to School instead
60% of girls in Rajasthan are married under legal age of 18 and 15% of these girls are married before 10. India is home to the largest number of illiterate women in the world (over 200 Mn) with over 3 Mn eligible yet out of school girls. We've identified 19,956 out of school girls in Jalore district in Rajasthan and have enrolled 9,346 girls. We need your help to enroll the remaining 10,610 girls into rejuvenated schools. When you support us, you give a girl at least 1 year in school. project reportread updates from the field
Educate Girls Stands #withMalala in India
'He Named Me Malala' will be screened for key stakeholders that include community members, parents, youth volunteers (Team Balika) and students in upper primary schools in 25 villages of Udaipur, reaching over 2,400 individuals. project reportread updates from the field
Gift learning kits to rural girls
Educate Girls' learning kit emphasizes the use of activities and games to teach English, Hindi and Math to primary level grades. The kit provides every school with child-centric teaching material and training. Each kit includes a box of posters, playing cards, crayons and much more to make learning fun for children. We have already financed and implemented the project in close to 4500 schools in Pali and Jalore districts of Rajasthan. project reportread updates from the field
Empower girls with life skills: Create Leaders!
We empower girl students to form groups called Bal Sabhas or a Girls' Councils, which are elected democratically by all students in the school. The girls engage in role playing and storytelling, which leads to an increase in the participation and helps in developing critical thinking, problem solving, communication, leadership skills and many more. This year, our target is to prepare 5,070 girls in 390 schools to lead their life and their communities. project reportread updates from the field
Team Balika: Champions for girls' education!
Team Balika is a group of village based education volunteers that champion the cause of girls' education. Members of Team Balika provide support and structure to the girl child in schools and also have a strong presence in the community, spreading awareness about girl child education. Their participation boosts enrollment, retention and learning outcomes for all girls. Team Balika animate the principle of, 'My village, my problem and I am the solution'. project reportread updates from the field
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