We work closely with local women-led partners who help women, girls and their communities through quality education. We do this by:
Supporting women leaders
Taking a whole-person approach
Education transforms lives
The positive impacts of educating women and girls is far-reaching. Educating a woman improves her wellbeing and that of her family, and gives her the chance to earn a better, more secure income. An educated woman is able to negotiate within her family and make better decisions for her family. As her confidence grows she is able to lead at work and in her community.
Featured partners and projects
We currently work with 27 women-led local partners globally who have a proven track record of helping communities through education. We rely on their expertise to respond to local needs and solutions in order to establish sustainable long-term projects.
ISSI provides vocational training in the healthcare sector, equipping students to become nurses and midwives in DRC.
Baytree Centre empowers women and girls through education and skills development programmes in London.
FPTI provides vocational training courses in hospitality to young women with fewer opportunities in the Philippines.