Mission: To Educate and Advocate for Sustainable Educational Opportunities for all Girls 

      Special Consultative Status to Economic and Social Council of United Nations (2006)

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  Why promote education for all girls?

In 2000, a series of studies by United Nations International Children Education Fund (UNICEF) and the United Nations began to examine the effects of educating young girls on the overall health and sustainable growth of developing countries. Their findings repeatedly showed that “investments in girls’ education – particularly those directed to the quality of education – benefit all children, including boys.” Thus, targeted, equally accessible, and a gender-conscious approach to education categorically produces a stronger and more sustainable result than any gender-neutral approach.  "To educate a girl is to educate a whole family."   UN Former Secretary General, Kofi Annan

Speak Up Speak Out Program

  • Conduct and facilitate meetings with appropriate government, private, and education officials to educate on the issues affecting girl children.
  • Advocate to promote positive social change through legislation
  • Provide consulting services to educate about sustainable educational development to break the cycle of poverty
  • Encourage scholars around the world to conduct research and conduct workshops to support our mission
  • Advocate and teach child human rights education based on the Convention on the Rights of the Child
  • Conduct workshops to educate the public about the reasons for girl education
  • Publish books that educate children that will guide them in developing their own voice.
  • Publish the Global Child Journal written by experts and lay people on the issues that affect the global child
  • Provide Youth Based Solutions through a youth advisory board, our volunteer youth program—Kids Council in which children and youth make decisions and take actions that help children all over the world
  • Mentor girl children by creating mentoring opportunities with successful women, planned activities and international trips. Educate youth to learn about geopolitical forces that shape their lives.  Leadership, philanthropy, geography, and cultural awareness is some of the themes that will be taught.

      Walk for Education Worldwide Speech by David Kenneth Waldman November 25 2004, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa