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Girl Move Foundation was set up in 2013 in Mozambique and is a non-profit organisation working to improve the lives of girls which will then have a multiplier effect on society. Through education and the development of life-skills, the organisation helps girls to become principal agents of change.
My name is Kumar Foundation was set up in 2012 and is a non-governmental organisation that supports children and families from poor communities in Tamil Nadu, India. The organisation helps children to receive an education so that they can break the cycle of poverty within their families.
Established in 2000, Udayan is a humanitarian organisation working on the South Western coast of Bangladesh. The organisation supports disadvantaged groups within the community, focusing on women and children by adopting a rights-based approach.
Yuwalaya is a youth-led, non-profit organisation that was founded in 2013 and works with and for the youth of Nepal. The organisation’s mission is to collaborate with adolescents and young people to help them attain the best opportunities in education, health, economy and governance through participation, research and advocacy.
Established in 1957, United Nations Association of Sweden is a non-governmental organisation which works towards achieving a stronger and better UN. The organisation brings together individual members, local associations and schools to work together on issues of development, human rights, peace and security.
Established in 2005, Debout Fille is a non-profit organisation working to defend and protect the rights of girls in Burundi. The organisation works towards eliminating violence and harmful practices and achieving universal access to education and sexual and reproductive health.
AFIA MAMA (Women’s health) was set up in 2012 and is a non-profit youth-led organisation based in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The organisation works to empower and support girls through education, skills training and the elimination of poverty and harmful traditional practices.