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This case study shows how Rise Up Youth Champion, Ali Rivzi created an award-winning documentary short and street safety campaign to raise awareness about the plight of transgender people in Pakistan.
This case study shows how Rise Up Youth Champion, Gayatri Parameswaran created a WhatsApp messaging service to empower young people to seek healthy relationships, prevent gender-based violence, and avoid unwanted pregnancy.
This case study examines how Rise Up partners HOPE and THINK advocated for passage of the National Children’s Law, guaranteeing comprehensive protection for the health, education, and rights of two million children in Liberia.
This case study examines how Let Girls Lead partner Asociacion IDEI advocated for increased government funding for adolescent girls’ health and education programs by engaging indigenous adolescent girls as leaders in their own advocacy campaign.
This case study examines how Let Girls Lead partner CONACMI (The National Association Against Child Abuse) successfully advocated for the approval and implementation of a National Protocol for the Comprehensive Treatment of Victims of Sexual Violence, guaranteeing specific attention to the needs of adolescent girl survivors.
Eight delegates from Guatemala, Malawi, Uganda and Liberia – including 12-year old Jimena and 13-year old Tisungeni – joined the LGL team for a week of high-level meetings and events. Our collective goal was to amplify the voices and forces of girls as the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals were finalized.
Executive Summary -Commissioned by the United Nations Foundation, this independent evaluation demonstrated that as of 2013, Let Girls Lead had contributed to improving the health, education, livelihoods, and rights of over 3 million girls globally.
The 2013 annual report highlights the ways in which the advocacy work done through Let Girls Lead is transforming the lives of adolescent girls in Liberia, Guatemala, Malawi, and Honduras.
This report analyzes adolescent girls’ economic empowerment strategies, highlighting key findings, successful case studies, and recommendations for organizations and funders working in the field.