Help the women and girls we work with stay safe and learning
Our local partners are working tirelessly to keep the women and girls they work with safe, healthy and learning during the Coronavirus pandemic.
We are helping our partners to provide emergency food packages and financial support, laptops and devices for online learning as well as emotional support. Offering an invaluable lifeline to the women and girls who need it most.
Your donation will help women and girls directly affected by this crisis, both in the UK and globally
Emergency financial help
For many families, financial help is crucial to buy necessities like food, medicine and electricity.
Access to online learning
Many women and girls are struggling to study online because they don’t have access to laptops or internet.
For those who do not have a stable home, lockdown can be an especially difficult time.
Your support is more important than ever
As the Coronavirus spreads around the world, the women and girls we work with are at an unprecedented risk. We are helping our partners to adapt their programmes to respond to the current situation. Learn more about how we are supporting them and what you can do do help on the link below.
Latest updates from our partners on the frontlineOur local partners around the world are adapting their work and services to best support the women and girls they work with. Their priority is to keep them safe from the virus, providing them with emergency financial support where needed and to keep them learning through the outbreak.
Keeping young women learning in Nigeria
We are working with our partner Wavecrest to bridge the technological divide for their students by providing them with data so they can keep learning.
Fear and poverty in times of crisis
The Baytree Centre, our local partner in London, is supporting women who face poverty and fear, and are unable to access support elsewhere.
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