We are about a Girl & her world. Her education, her family’s income, her health and wellbeing. We are about seeing her laugh, dream, succeed and have choices. Be who she wants to be, who she was meant to be.

There are girls in the Pacific islands who we are walking alongside. We help to mend their wings…they do the flying. We support their education – small businesses for their families – their Health and Wellbeing.
Partner with us as we partner with them.

Click here to learn more about what we do.


Want to do some fundraising for a Girl & her world?

Click here to find us on GoFundraise and register your event like a birthday party, a local walk/run or a morning tea, then invite your friends to be part of it. It couldn’t be easier. And in doing so, you’ll be changing the lives of Girls in the Pacific islands and helping break cycles of poverty.

So GoFundraise! Thank you.

Also, visit our ‘SHOP’ section to help us fundraise for our Girls and communities. Currently, we are selling delicious Christmas cakes, handmade wooden toys and fun gift cards.


We need to fundraise around $5,000 to set some of our high school graduates up for further studies, connect others to mentors, and helping with “seed funding” for some small business ideas. 

We want to help them do that and in 2021 we’re launching a Girl & her work.

Amidst COVID-19, this is even more urgent as unemployment is high and the easier way out for many Girls would be early marriage or day labouring work. 

Click here to fundraise, or for more information.


Contact us at info@agirlandherworld.org

Are you keen to learn more?

Then please subscribe to the a Girl & her world mailing list by clicking here.

You can also email us, any time, at info@agirlandherworld.org

We’d love to hear from you.


Kajul was the first Girl to be supported by our organisation and Franziska was our first Girl Ambassador. They have now formed a special relationship through a Girl & her world.
Watch Franziska & Kajul talk about a Girl & her world.

Education matters. Spreading the word of why across rural Fiji is just as important as helping more and more Girls every year.
Watch Rea explain “why” education is important for her, and what it means to her.