For a mother, Sabium, and her daughter, Khusabu, a second chance at education means a brighter future for the whole family.
Beatrice is a para-social worker in Uganda. It used to take her 2 hours to walk to visit vulnerable children’s homes. Now, she’s like a superhero on a bike, visiting up to five households per day.
It’s September and around the world, children are heading back to school. Yet in the developing world girls are often denied opportunities for education, due to barriers like danger and harassment from walking to and from school, teacher attendance, child marriage, early pregnancy, sanitation facilities, and restrictive cultural norms. World Education understands that women and […]
Around the world, women and girls are held back every day—absent from school, married too early, and trapped in poverty—because of their gender. Going to (and staying in) school helps them overcome such circumstances.
When girls and women are empowered through education, they have the knowledge and skills to advocate for themselves and live healthier and more fulfilled lives. Here are 10 examples of how World Education empowers girls and women through education in communities worldwide.