COVID19 is creating a Girls’ education crisis

International research has shown that Girls are the least likely to return to the classroom when the COVID19 pandemic is over*.  

Many developing countries don’t prioritise Girls’ education. That’s why organisations such as ours exist. We are committed to making a difference, one Girl at a time. 

Decades of research shows that investing in Girls’ education is one of the best investments we can make for the future peace, prosperity and sustainability of our planet. 

The Malala Fund is calling on G20 world leaders to make a difference. 

We are calling on you to make a difference in rural communities in Fiji. Your donation counts and your contribution is valued.

Today you will be supporting COVID19 relief packages for families that have been impacted by the Delta variant. The World Health Organisation (WHO) says the spread of infection in Fiji is one of the highest in the world. 

Donate today and make a difference.

Read the full Malala Fund report here.

 

Related Posts

Climate Change in Fiji

How climate change affects girls’ education in Fiji

Written by Zeerak Ayaz  Pacific nations are at the front line of the most extreme impacts of unprecedented weather changes.   Fiji in particular is highly susceptible to the dangers of climate change and disaster impacts, particularly cyclones, storm surge flooding

Why boys should care about Girls’ education

*Our high school intern wrote this post from his perspective as a 15 year old boy. * For a long time, women and girls have been treated differently to men and boys. Considered inferior to males in many ways, their

We are celebrating!

This month we are focusing on our 10-year anniversary fundraising event! Your donations and support go such a long way and make a real difference in helping more Girls stay in school. If you, or any of your contacts, would

Celebrating our 10 year anniversary!

Over the past 10 years, we have partnered with hundreds of families to ensure Girls have access to education. We have overcome so many barriers – big and small! From cyclones to Covid, we have partnered with families and supported