After five years of collaboration through the Girl Power Alliance, over 1.5 million girls have experienced positive change.
Displacement and migration means an increased risk of experiencing gender-based violence for girls and women. What does it mean for them to play?
For Sangita, work opportunities in her remote mountain village in Nepal were rare. So she took her future into her own hands, and migrated to the city.
Soccer Without Borders uses sport as a vehicle for positive change. For Hel Say from Myanmar, this meant going from refugee to coach.
Meet Walk & Talk Women, bringing sport and community to displaced women in Asylum Seeking Centres in The Netherlands.
To equip adolescent girls to exercise their rights through sport.
One Win Leads To Another; by 2018, 2 million adolescent girls realise their leadership potential through sport.
One Win Leads to Another
Denied education. Married too early. Living in poverty. Manu Gurung's life in rural Nepal was, in her words, "nothing." But Manu would not accept the fate of so many women before her. Through Empowering Women of Nepal, she found an opportunity to become a trekking guide and pursued her goal relentlessly, despite pressure from her community to not take a "man's job."