Help a girl get the
education she
deserves

When you educate a girl in Africa, everything changes. She’ll be three times less likely to get HIV/AIDS, earn 25 percent more income and have a smaller, healthier family.

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What your money does

Every Penny Counts

With your money we can support more children to go to school in Africa.

Your generosity pays for our Safety Net Fund, which ensures that the most vulnerable girls and boys in rural communities have what they need for primary school. It provides bursaries so that girls – who often miss out on a vital secondary education – can go to high school and stay there. And it provides resources like text books and computers for schools, as well as training teacher mentors and parents support groups so they can help children to stay in school.

It will also help supply small business grants and give training in areas like healthcare, finance and teaching to our growing network of alumni so they can become independent young adults.

How your money is spent

We focus on the girl.

Money is tracked carefully to make sure it's getting to where its needed most.

We work hand in hand with national and local governments, as well as partners within communities, to identify the areas and individuals who most need our support - and we track all our spending minutely to ensure it's getting to those people.

To maximise our impact, we keep overheads and administrative costs as low as possible. Over the past five years, more than 90 percent of our income has gone directly to our programs.

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