The Guardian: “Arming” Girls with Education

The Guardian’s Global Development blog posted an excellent article today titled, Education is a Powerful Weapon, So Let’s Arm Young Girls With It. They explain, “Reducing child marriage, providing access to health services, and getting more girls to stay… Read More

Girls from Ecole Savior

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Girls in school! These are the girls who have most recently been sponsored through Girls to School, thanks to our amazing donors.

Microloans + Education = An End to Poverty

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Almost half the children in the world are living in poverty. According to UNICEF, over 93 million children are out of school – the majority: girls. Girls to School is addressing this injustice in West Africa through established… Read More

Join the Girls to School Family!

The anticipation is growing for so many girls in Mauritania as they await the school year to begin this October. Many of them have been sponsored in the past and are excited to know that their sponsor will… Read More

Girl Effect 2

Another great video about the importance of supporting girls’ education from Girl Effect:

Clinton talks girl’s education on The Daily Show

“When you put all of the girls in the world in school and you give all the young women access to the labor market, it’s the number one thing you can do, that is supported morally across all… Read More

Coumba, ANFE invited to Clinton Global Initiative

Coumba Dieng, director of Girls to School partner organization Amenons Nos Filles a l’Ecole has been invited to attend the Clinton Global Initiative.  The Clinton Global Initiative has kindly offered to pay her travel expenses and to wave… Read More

NY Times: “Why women’s rights are the cause of our times”

An entire issue of the NY Times magazine was dedication to women’s rights. You can read the main article here. “In many poor countries, the greatest unexploited resource isn’t oil fields or veins of gold; it is the… Read More

The Girl Effect

Check out this video by The Girl Effect. This movement does well to express so much of why Girls To School exists.