Power to Girls commitments

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Mary Robinson

  • Ireland

I support Power to Girls by committing empowering girls. We must address the issue of poverty and marginalisation, which lead to child marriage. We need to recognise that COVID has had a very real effect around the world of increasing the number of people in poverty and therefore increasing child marriage. Let's also work together to make sure girls in Afghanistan don’t get pushed into marriage and can stay in school

Srijan Foundation

  • India

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Poverty
  • Safety & Security
  • Sustainability

I commit that I will work to empower girls and create an ecosystem of equality to empower their voices.

SIDA, Sweden

  • Sweden

SIDA will support Power to Girls as a donor through investment in key sectors including education, health and SRHR and support for civil society organisations who work with children and young women to liberate the power they hold, and in line with the feminist foreign policy commitments of the government of Sweden we will advocate for an end to child marriage and policies that respect the right of girls’ and boys’ to decide over their own bodies and lives.

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help initiative (OLPHI)

  • Nigeria

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Safety & Security

Power to the girls is pulling down all obstacles that hinders girls growth, education and freedom to chose. I will organize a program in my community to advocate to end all forms of violence against girls.

Yamina Elaheebocus

  • Mauritius

Main areas of work

  • Education

I fully support Power to Girls as we have the power and freedom to build our own future. Power to Girls means equal opportunity to each one of us. Girls have the right to make their own life choices. We will continue to empower women to embark on a pathway they would like to be on; with no barriers to education or resources

Milcah Makato

  • Kenya

Main areas of work

  • Sustainability

Power to Girls means breaking down barriers to my education, to my right to choose, to my future. This is why I am organising an event with my community/school/ movement.”

Vimbai Ndonde

  • Zimbabwe

Main areas of work

  • Human Rights & Justice

Power to girls means ensuring girls have access to accurate and enough information about their rights to make informed decisions over their future. I am therefore dedicated to guarantee these rights through gender equality and girl's rights advocacy initiatives at all levels.

Northern aid development agency

  • Kenya

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Poverty
  • Safety & Security
  • Sustainability

I support Power to Girls by calling upon all stakeholders to jointly take an action in ending child marriage and to ensure girls complete their levels of education successfully.

Suzan Farhat

  • Lebanon

Main areas of work

  • Education

I support Power to Girls by writing and publishing a book about gender equality and girls' problems, because we deserve this.

Mark Sara Koroma

  • Sierra Leone

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Poverty
  • Safety & Security
  • Sustainability

I will support the Power to Girls Campaign because I have passion for Girls Right Advocacy in Sierra Leone

Anna Kucharčíková

  • Czech Republic

Main areas of work

  • Sustainability
  • Poverty
  • Human Rights & Justice

I continue to support girls and women all over the world no matter the age, race or nationality. I will continue to advocate for those who are not able advocate for themselves and will fight for equality in all aspect of life.

Bridget Idoko

  • Nigeria

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Poverty
  • Sustainability

I support Power To Girls but rendering my voice for every girls to thrive