Girls in the Pacific are among the first to be impacted by climate change

Girls in the Pacific and climate change

Climate change is already impacting the lives of millions of children, and as you know Girls in Fiji are particularly vulnerable.

A recent report has highlighted that millions of children in the Pacific are at risk of missing out on education due to climate change.

The study found that one-third of Girls don’t return to school once they have been taken out due to climate-related closures.

We have so many first-hand stories of families in our community who have been unable to get to school due to cyclones, floods and classrooms destroyed by extreme weather.

Rising sea levels, extreme weather conditions, and other climate-related disasters are having a huge impact on Girls’ education. 

As you know, a Girl & her world is committed to empowering Girls and improving access to education. We work with our community to help keep Girls in school and university. But we can’t do it alone.

Today it’s $5 Friday and we’re asking for your support to help us provide Girls with the resources they need to stay in school and become community leaders.

Donate today.

  • $25 per month gets Girls back to school
  • $100 per month gets Girls to university 
  • $500 provides small business capital for mums and dads
  • $500 provides a staying safe workshop 

Join us in the fight against the ravages of climate change.

Together, we can make a difference!

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