Education  Libya Project #38049

Sports for All

by Women Win
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All
Sports for All

Dear Supporter,

On our previous report we described how during health pandemics such as COVID-19, adolescent girls worldwide can experience intensified inequity and violations to their human rights.

In Libya, adolescent girls and young women continue to be affected in a myriad of ways, including adverse effects on their education, personal safety, bodily autonomy, health, peer support, social connections and economic prospects. The need for your support continues to be essential in bringing some level of relief to Libyan girls and women.

Unfortunately, as is the case in many regions of the world, boys in Libya find ways to be part of outdoor activities significantly easier than girls.Your support enables HERA to continue engaging and supporting girls in their communities in different ways.

Thank you very much for your kind support and for believing in HERA's vision to break down cultural barriers and unite girls and young women through sport.

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Dear Supporter,

Every day, adolescent girls worldwide experience inequity and violations to their human rights. In humanitarian settings, and during health pandemics such as Covid-19, these can be intensified. In a region where Covid-19 has hit the hardest, adolescent girls and young women continue to be affected in a myriad of ways, including adverse effects on their education, personal safety, bodily autonomy, health, peer support, social connections and economic prospects. Within this context, there is a need for your support greater than ever before.

Your donation supports HERA to invest in institutional capacity strengthening and strive to retain the wonderful staff, volunteers and coaches that implement their programmes. At the same time, your donation enables HERA to explore options on how to best support the girls who participate in their programmes and their communities.

Thank you for supporting HERA’s advances in breaking down cultural barriers and uniting girls and young women through sport.

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Dear supporter,

Covid-19 will have economic and social impacts on communities around the world that we are only beginning to understand. Evidence shows that targeted responses that consider the unique needs of adolescent girls don’t often exist and these needs get lost between efforts aimed at children or adult women. Adolescent girls will be impacted by the Covid-19 situation in a myriad of ways, including adverse effects on their education, personal safety, bodily autonomy, health, peer support, social connections and economic prospects.

Your donation supports HERA to invest in institutional capacity strengthening and strive to retain the wonderful staff, volunteers and coaches that implement their programmes. At the same time, your donation enables HERA to explore options on how to best support the girls who participate in their programmes and their communities. 

Thank you for your much-needed support towards HERA, and for being a constant advocate in advancing young women's, girls’ and youth’s right to play sports in Tripoli, Libya.

Our sincerest gratitude,
HERA

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Dear supporter,

Thank you for your ongoing support towards HERA, and for being a constant advocate in advancing young women's, girls’ and youth’s right to play sports in Tripoli, Libya.

Despite a very tense and fraught context given the political context and global health and economic crisis, your donation enables HERA to continue its mission to change, develop, support and empower girls and young women while using sports and play as active learning tools which focus around issues of social cohesion, health and reconciliation.

Your much-needed support has helped Libyan girls facing tremendous challenges, many whom have lost family members due to war.

Thank you ever so much,
HERA

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Dear supporter,

Thank you for enabling HERA to stand up for young women’s, girls’ and youth’s right to play sport in Libya.

Despite a very tense and fraught context given to the current political tensions, HERA continues to implement and endeavor to make a change for girls and young women in Libya. Your much-needed support can help Libyan girls facing tremendous challenges, many whom have lost family members due to war.

Your donation will enable HERA to continue its mission to change, develop, support and empower girls and young women using sport as an active learning tool focusing around issues of social cohesion, health and reconciliation.

Thank you.

HERA

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Women Win

Location: Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts - USA
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Michael Brewe
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts United States
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