Our Mission

To Educate, Empower and Wire 1000 Girls in 1000 Cities globally; The Million Pledge for less educated and underprivileged women to have a transformational impact on the world

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Our Vision

To foster an equivalent and prosperous society that encourages girls to achieve their full economic potential by harnessing their knowledge and skills to the growth and development of their countries and world as a whole.

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Our Values

We are believers of our core values. We strive to.
1. Learn and Grow with fast pace world in order to be at competitive edge every time.

2. Empowering each other by Inspiring each other with our own stories.

3. Developing an unbiased world of opportunities and possibilities that will benefits our upcoming generations.

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Educate a Girl

“The Million Pledge"

To educate 1000 girls in 1000 cities In order to have a transformational impact on the world

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OUR FOUNDER,
TARA UZRA DAWOOD

Listen to the journey of our founder TARA UZRA DAWOOD sharing her story of inspiration for initiating Educate a Girl a dream that came true as stunning reality.

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MEET OUR WINNERS

Enjoy the inspirational stories of Educate a Girl scholars by lens of Iara Lee-Director, Culture of Resistance

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Success Stories

Chimezie Vivien Anajama, #EAGNigeria Winner #100

 works as initiator & coordinator at Nwuliareads Initiative. For her EAG is an opportunity aiding her to acknowledge her true potential.

Nina O. Mbah, #EAGNigeria Winner

works as Global Youth Ambassador at A World at School. For EAG is an igniting experience that aid to realize her goal in her life and  make progress in it.

Jennifer Chinonye, #EAGNigeria Winner

works as Who is Who in CampusLife as Editor in Cheif. For her EAG has empowered her and now she's able to empower other girls in her community.

Amarachi C. Attamah, #EAGNigeria Winner #32

works at Sunrise FM & ETV Channel 50. For her EAG was an incredible experience for her which has enable her to achieve the highest goals of her lives.

Sukurat Adenike, #EAGNigeria Winner

Owns a NGO called, "Future for Future Initiatives" to help educate street kids of Nigeria. For her EAG has been a source of inspiration to encourage her to continue doing the good work

Sobii Khan, Educate a Girl #555

Sobii Khan have worked at PTV News as Program Host and now have published her own Monthly Magazine; "The Diplomat". Educate A Girl is a starting point for Sobii's dreams to get real.

Haleema Sarwar – Educate a Girl #756

Haleema Sarwar is visually impaired student of Educate a Girl She has worked as Radio Anchor Radio Sab ka Sath and a full time teacher at IDA RIEU School. Educate A Girl has open the door of tremendous opportunities and possibilities specially for special people like her.

Misbah Riaz Lagharee – Educate a Girl #297

Misbah Riaz Lagharee is a news anchor at Indus News TV Channel. Educate A Girl has provided a platform from where she has explore her talents and skills, and found the strength to conquer the world.

Jaweria Ali – Educate a Girl #25

Jaweria Ali works at K21 News as News Anchor. Educate A Girl is an emotional asset of Jaweria's life. She has funded two EAG Scholarships & empowered two girls like her. At LADIESFUND Women's Award 2017 Pakistan Jaweria will fund one more scholarship for a deserving girl.

Fariha Fatima – Educate a Girl #22

Fariha Fatima works at ARY News as a web reporter and recently won Agahi Journalist of the Year Award. Educate A A Girl was a enlightening experience that acquaintance her with the field of Media & Journalism.

Educational Articles

International Day of the Girl
April 21, 2017
There are 1.1 billion girls today, a powerful constituency for shaping a sustainable world that’s better for everyone. They are brimming with talent and creativ
Malala Day
April 21, 2017
Education is very important for every child whether boy or girl. It is sad that some communities still discriminate against the education of the girl child. Abo...