Education is a fundamental human right
Education opens doors, creates opportunities, and is a proven pathway out of poverty for women. By supporting equality in learning, we can transform a girl’s future, challenge antiquated notions of gender, and inspire community-wide change.
Supporting Universal Education Access
SDG #4: Quality Education
Our projects promote inclusive, quality education for all. Learning creates new opportunities and puts women and youth on the path to financial independence.
SDG #5: Gender Equality
Our projects advance gender equality and empower all women and girls. Gender equality is a fundamental human right, and achieving it requires empowering women with equal opportunities.
SDG #10: Reduced Inequalities
Our projects reduce inequalities within and among countries. By prioritizing underserved populations and communities, we work towards a world where no one is left behind.
SDG #4Quality Education
SDG #5Gender Equality
SDG #10Reduced Inequalities
Our Education Projects
Developing Future Leaders
Women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We’re supporting leadership development programs that offer STEM training for adolescent girls, alongside our partner Girl Up.
Supporting the Path to Higher Education
Earning a high school equivalency degree is an important first step out of poverty. We’re supporting low-income women as they earn their degrees and work toward financial independence with our partner Grace Outreach.
Closing Gaps in Education Access
In supporting the path to literacy and numeracy, we are helping youth supplement gaps in their education from their homes. We are helping to make this learning accessible with technology like phone-based courses, alongside our partner Building Tomorrow.
Kenya & Uganda
Providing Financial Education
Television programming presents a unique opportunity to help youth connect with educational materials. We are helping create engaging financial literacy content for young audiences with our partner Ubongo International.