HER VALUE IS PRICELESS.

HER POTENTIAL IS LIMITLESS.

SHE IS A QUEEN.

HER VALUE IS PRICELESS.
HER POTENTIAL IS LIMITLESS.
SHE IS A QUEEN.

 

THE CHALLENGE

It is hard to imagine that 31 million girls in the world, 17 million of which are in Africa, do not have access to education due to heart-wrenching conditions - including cost, conflict, child marriage, child labor and lower social status. These barriers prevent girls from receiving a proper education and thus lowers their chances for a better future.

The problem of girls education is an issue that requires our urgent attention and we believe that every woman has the power to affect this change.

 

 

EDUCATION: THE DIVINE RIGHT OF QUEENS

    1. GEM/UNESCO 2015, Education for all 2000-2015: Achievements and Challenges. 2. Malala Fund 2017, About Girls’ Education, malala.org.  3. UIS/GEM 2016, Report Policy Paper 27/Fact Sheet 37 p.5, http://. www.globalpartnership.org/data-and-results/education-data   4. One girl 2017, Why girls?, http://www.onegirl.org.au/.   5. Malala Fund 2015, Brookings Institute: What Works in Girls’ Education, https://www.malala.org/brookings-report/glass-half-full-crisis-amid-progress.  6. USAID 2014, Infographic: An Educated Girl Has A Ripple Effect, www.usaid.gov/girl/infographic-ripple-effect.   7. USAID 2014, Infographic: An Educated Girl Has A Ripple Effect, www.usaid.gov/girl/infographic-ripple-effect.   8. GEM UNESCO 2011, Education Counts Towards the Millennium Development Goals. 9. GEM UNESCO 2013, Education Transforms Lives, http://en.unesco.org/gem-report/education-transforms-lives#sthash.DokRtmEU.dpbs (Stunting is a sign of early childhood malnutrition).   10. World Bank 2002, Returns to investment in Education, http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EDUCATION/Resources/278200-1099079877269/547664-1099079934475/547667-1135281504040/Returns_Investment_Edu.pdf   11. Girls Not Brides 2017, SOLUTIONS BRIEF: NATIONAL INITIATIVES TO ADDRESS CHILD MARRIAGE, http://www.girlsnotbrides.org/reports-and-publications/solutions-brief-national-initiatives-address-child-marriage/
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    OUR SOLUTION

    The high cost of education prevents the most marginalised girls from getting an education. Eliminating school fees and offsetting indirect costs of girls' schooling will help to increase enrolment and keep girls in school all over the world.

    Every time you buy an Olori product, you are participating in the solution as every product sold provides tuition fees for an underprivileged girl.

    Every girl is born with an invisible crown and should be treated accordingly. Millions of girls around the world will never enter a classroom, but educating a girl creates a lasting impact on the world’s economics, demographics, and health.

     

     

    OUR MODEL

     

    OUR GIVING PARTNER

    BRIDGE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIES

     

    Bridge partners with governments, communities, teachers and parents to deliver evidence based quality education for primary and pre-primary school children, currently serving more than 100,000 children across Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Liberia and India. To learn more, visit www.bridgeinternationalacademies.com