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Playing (Soccer) For Change in Nicaragua
We use soccer, the world's most popular team sport, as a vehicle for positive change in the lives of girls ages 5-20 in Granada, Nicaragua. A team can be the most powerful change agent in a young girl's development, proven to inspire healthy choices regarding drugs, sex, alcohol, academics, and nutrition. Through a combination of on and off-field activities, including school scholarships and tutoring, the program creates pathways to uncommon outcomes for the girls of Granada.
Provide Vital Literacy Programs for US Children
This project supports our work to provide high-quality books, materials, family engagement and early literacy support to children in high-need communities across all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
Providing Life Skills to 300 Girls living in Slums
The project is for training minimum 300 poor girls from slums in important life skills in Mumbai and in other districts through a resource center. They learn computer use, spoken English, photography, speech making, social networking and more. The project provides training in leadership and encourages girls' participation in community life through learning opportunities and assuring they complete school education for a productive and useful life. Our permanent center commits to do it every year.
Setu - Women Empowerment Program
by SETU
Women Empowerment Skills aim to achieve, create and contribute to Improved employment / self employment opportunities for young girls and women between the age of 18 to 24 years.
Girls Who Code: Bring CS to Girls Across Country
Girls Who Code has one mission: To create gender parity in the computer science and technology workforce. Since our founding in 2012, Girls Who Code has developed a new model of computer science education designed to inspire, educate, and equip girls with the skills to succeed in both academic and professional careers in technology.
Peruvian Hearts - Girls' Education & Empowerment
Peruvian Hearts aims to unlock the potential of young women through the power of education, mentorship, and service to others, and to enable them to become leaders of their families, communities, and country. Our girls' education and empower program increases the leadership potential in rural Peruvian girls through improved educational opportunities, one to one mentorship, development of their personal empowerment, and growing their understanding of goals through organizing service projects.
Get the Clothes, Get the Confidence, Get the Job
The project provides interview clothes and interview coaching to out-of-work women. The Smart Works service helps them look professional and feel confident for their upcoming job interview. Women who have been unemployed for a long time, women with disabilities, homeless or abused women and former prisoners are some of the women who will benefit from this project.
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