Gender

by |March 8th, 2017

As featured in State of the Planet | March 8, 2017 By Justine Dowden & Yanis Ben Amor When Sunita, a student in rural South India, got her period for the first time she was sure she was on the brink of death. For the previous 12 years of her life, she had always known blood… read more

International Day of the Girl

by |October 13th, 2016

By Tara Stafford Ocansey, Radhika Iyengar and Haein Shin, as featured in the Huffington Post |  13 October 2016. Today as we celebrate International Day of the Girl, we know that girls with secondary education are six times less likely to be married as children, and twice as likely to send their children to school. We know a… read more

Gender Parity for Boys in Ruhiira, Uganda

by |October 15th, 2014

By Lindsee Gregory, MA Candidate International Educational Development, Teachers College, Columbia University When you think of gender and education, what usually comes to mind? Most people probably think about girls, specifically those girls who lack access due to cultural expectations, high school fees, or dangerous treks to school. But what most people aren’t considering is… read more