Ellie’s doing it for the girls!

We are very proud of another one of our Girl Ambassadors Ellie, who is doin it for the girls today at her school. She arrived at school this morning to a sea of pink as the students had come dressed in theme today all set to give their gold coins to a Girl & Her World.

Ellie travelled with us to Fiji earlier in the year and met some of the girls we support, so today’s fundraiser is close to her heart.

If you would like to nominate your school to become a sponsor school and work closely with our girls and their school communities in the Pacific, we’d love to hear from you.

Our in-country Co-ordinator Urmila has assessed another 3 girls this week and is working on a community chicken coup income generating project. So it’s very exciting for us to know that support is continuing to come in so we can keep going with our work on the ground.

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Warmly,

Jane and the a Girl & Her World team

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