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Anannya dreamed of playing soccer, but as a girl in a small village in Bangladesh, she says it was “unthinkable.” CARE’s Tipping Point program has worked to support girls and their families in areas like Pirgacha, Bangladesh as they push back against harmful gender norms that push adolescent girls into child marriage. Read More
“The children in our school come from families that have been displaced due to the current drought,” explains Halima, principal of Ayaanle Primary School. Currently, 1.4 million children in Somalia are affected by the drought. Hamdi, 14, is one of them. She attends the fifth grade. Read More
In Afghanistan, most schools closed as the country’s government changed in August 2021. Over the following months they gradually opened for boys in all grades, but girls above grade six have been home for nearly 10 months. Read More
To celebrate International Day of the Girl, Saniyya and Stevia Manda from Malawi talked about their goals and the importance of listening to girls in a world where their voices are too often ignored.