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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Alba Ibraj

  • United States

Main areas of work

  • Human Rights & Justice

I support Power to Girls by calling on my state government to close loopholes in state laws that allow for children in the U.S. to get married. I also call on the U.S. Congress to prioritize girls' rights and end child marriage abroad through our foreign policy.

Aidaghaderi

  • Iran

Main areas of work

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

The girl is a human being, so she has the right to choose

Macarena

  • United Kingdom

Power to Girls can only be achieved by working together. Working towards a gender equal future for girls requires a collective effort and I commit to amplifying Girls Not Brides members' collective work on this important issue.

Social Action Of Next Guide Rural Awareness In Health Sansthan

  • India

Main areas of work

  • Health
  • Education

I support the equality of girls, I am advocating for giving them equal rights as boys, I will work for better health for the girls.

Eyleen

  • Guatemala

Main areas of work

  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Education

I support the Power to Girls campaign because I firmly believe that it is necessary to have these strong alliances so that we can accelerate the progress towards a world that is safe and enabling for each and every girl. I commit to use my voice to raise awareness about the challenges that we face as girls. I will also work to create more equal opportunities for girls in my country, region and the world.

Mukogodo Girls Empowerment Program

  • Kenya

Main areas of work

  • Education
  • Health
  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Poverty

I support Power to girls by leading advocacy campaign in Patriarchal communities to sensitize communities on the rights of girls to education and justice hence amplify the voices of girls in my community.

SOURWEMA Bila Gilbert

  • Burkina Faso

Main areas of work

  • Human Rights & Justice
  • Health
  • Education

I support Power to Girls

Action For Entrepreneurship Development and Inclusive Participation of Deaf People in Community Development (AFEDIPODIC)

  • Uganda

I support Power to Girls

Michael Cozens

  • Canada

Main areas of work

  • Health

I support Power to Girls