Who we are
Educate a Girl is an accredited and award winning Global cause that aims for one thing only that is to EMPOWER young girls by equipping them with the KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS to reach their full potential and pursue their dreams fearlessly.
Today we are determined to transform the lives of women via assisted, cross cutting and tailored made learning and development programs that will enable HER to become economically empowered in order to improve not only their own lives but impact their families and communities lives too. We envisioned Tomorrow as healthy and prosperous society where girls are moving forward with no boundaries and discrimination.
We not only believe in equal access to education for Girls, but we are a firm believer of eradicating the issue of Girl’s Education as whole.
Educate a Girl tackles the major lack of female vocational education and isolation holistically, efficiently and building alongside local communities. It focuses on Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Connectivity, Communications and Self-Confidence trainings fulfilling the key purpose of attainment of Girl’s Economic Empowerment.
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.
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.
Worldwide 600 Million Girls are struggling every day with widespread poverty, limited access to education and health services, and persistent discrimination and violence.
31 Million Girls of primary school age and 32 Million Girls of lower secondary school age are out of school. Of these 17 Million Girls are never expected to enter the school.
320 Million Girls are living below the poverty line; with limited access to the outside world.
Globally, women’s participation in the labour market remained steady in the two decades from 1990 to 2010, hovering around 52 per cent. The gap between participation rates of women and men has narrowed slightly in the last 20 years but remains considerable.
If all mothers completed primary education, maternal deaths would be reduced by two-thirds, saving 98,000 Lives.
Women with a primary education earn 51 per cent what men earn. With a secondary education, they earn 70 per cent what men earn.
Female employment to male levels can have a direct impact on GDP growth rates, increasing it by as much as 34 per cent in some countries, and that countries’ productivity can increase by as much as 25 per cent if discriminatory barriers against women are removed.
Women formed half of the total population of the WORLD. Better and Equal educational and lifestyle opportunities will have extempore impact over their lives and simultaneously creating rosperous and sustainable societies and economies.
We are firm believers of our core values that revolve around the passion, integrity, innovation and game-changing solutions for our society.
- Learn and Grow with fast pace world in order to be at competitive edge every time.
- Empowering each other by Inspiring each other with our own stories.
- Developing an unbiased world of opportunities and possibilities that will benefits our upcoming generations.
Initiate a league of Girl Empowerment Advocacy and Support.