Girls' Education


We Can Win

Manjura and Mansura sisters -- 7 and 8 years old, respectively -- who live in the Shastri Park slum of Delhi, India. The slum is located near the railway line and their cottage is right alongside a train track where many children have died or been injured.


CARE Urges Global Action to Save Syrian Refugee Children

Syrian child refugees in Jordan have no access to school and are forced to work to support their families

Dressing for Success in Bangladesh

CARE’s school management committees in Bangladesh stitch learning into the lives of kids and their parents.

Jean Gislene is Going Places

CARE-led food program brings economic empowerment to the table for local entrepreneurs

Prisca gives her Kids a Chance She Didn’t Get

In Tanzania, individual transformation leads to long-term community impact

CARE Knows How to link 467 Schools Together with an App

Zimbabwe is a country where barriers to education, especially for girls, is the norm, not the exception. Girls suffer from lower social status, poor sanitation in schools, risks of gender-based violence and can have their education ended by pregnancy.

Saved By Lunch

Good hygiene makes good sense — particularly in one Haitian community where 13 children in the Onde Latine School have died of cholera since it broke out in 2011.

Girls Most Likely to: Multiply What They’ve Learned

In 2003 the Highland Children’s Education Project started in Ratanakiri, Cambodia, opening the first community schools in six ethnic minority villages. Three of these villages were of the Kreung ethnic group and three were of the Tampuen ethnic group.