Empower Her Through Education
The Girls Most Likely to... Beat Poverty
What does a girl’s education have to do with fighting poverty? Everything.
Millions of girls are out of school in the developing world. Violence, hunger, child marriage, conflict or simply the belief that girls aren’t worth teaching are barriers that keep them from getting an education. And so their futures fade away.
At CARE, we’re helping girls get a lifesaving education, and we are partnering with Alba Botanica®, Avalon Organics® and JĀSÖN® to do it. Each brand has an area of unique interest in helping CARE change the circumstances of so many.
Alba Botanica® is all about girl power, and is working with CARE to find ways to unlock it.
Avalon Organics® believes, along with CARE, that girls from all backgrounds should have access to education, so we are working to advocate for changes in local and government-level policy to make this possible.
JĀSÖN® is standing with CARE, helping mothers and communities shape bright futures for girls as they strive to do more.
Explore the features and stories below to learn more about the barriers to girls’ education, and how you can join our fight to give girls around the world the futures they deserve.
One student leader shows how education can open doors to her dreams.
Selina Akhter, 20
Not allowing social barriers to stop her, she now helps to support herself, and her family.
Manjura, 7 and Mansura, 8
Never expecting to attend school, bright futures lie ahead for two sisters.
Isis Zúniga Reyes
With some determination, this empowered young woman helped inspire social change.
Communities and Girl’s Education: The Sound of Progress
For a young preschooler, her grandmother’s participation opened a door to early childhood education.
CS: A. Laxmi
Laxmi Pal, 13
They expected her to stay home until she got married. She chose school.
CS: B. Angie
In Their Own Language
Four girls who now have a bright and bilingual future
CS: C. HANAN
ANA CECILIA, 15
At one time there was little opportunity for her, now she is a class leader.
CS: D. Lutfa
Learn how a village changed its approach to girls’ education to “Be Strong, Be Healthy”
CS: E. Raghad
For a girl with untapped potential, getting bilingual education made all the difference.
CS: F. Susan
MOMS RUNNING THE VILLAGE
Mothers groups engaging students, schools and communities in change.
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Get the facts, spread the word.
Child marriage is a gross human rights violation that puts young girls at risk and keeps them mired in poverty. Support Girls’ Education and Ask Secretary of State Kerry to Help Stop Child Marriage.
Give the Gift of Education and Change a Girl’s Life Forever
Children are naturally hungry to learn, but face daunting challenges to attending school, especially girls. CARE works to address these barriers including workload, violence, resources, and sometimes simply being a girl. You can help!