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15

COUNTRIES

5,580

GIRLS REACHED

6

UNIQUE PROGRAMS

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90%

are able to solve problems effectively compared to 61% before the program

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93%

feel that they are able to communicate their ideas clearly to others,  compared to 65% before the program

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94%

are able to adapt their plans as needed to overcome challenges,  compared to 67% before the program.

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97%

have a plan for their future, compared to
75% before the program

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93%

are confident in their abilities to make decisions about their futures,  compared to 73% before the program

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92%

have peers and advisors they can go to for advice regarding their goals, compared to 61% before the program.

92% OF GIRLS

WOULD RECOMMEND

GIRL BOSS

TO ANOTHER GIRL

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When Sandrine learned about design thinking and problem-solving through Girl Boss Basics, she proposed to let the beans on her family's subsistence farm reach maturity level, harvest and prepare them, and then sell them at the local market. With the profit, they could buy additional food and manage their food insecurity. Her idea was successful, and Sandrine's mother was impressed that her idea was changing their lives at home and making the family healthier.

Sandrine Gisubizo

14 years, Girl Boss Basics participant
She Honed for Excellence (SHE)

 

RWANDA

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”The Girl Boss program was awesome because at first crocheting was just a hobby, something I loved doing, but after attending the classes, I realized my small idea could be something bigger. Getting the opportunity to interact with like minded business oriented people changed my mindset into believing that young women can actually come up with great ideas and run successful businesses. It's not about age and how long you have run a business, It's all about the skills you have learnt and how you apply them in the business.“

Ann Wanjiru Njoki

23 years, Entrepreneur and Girl Boss Professional participant
The Leo Project

KENYA

BUILDING A

GIRL POWERED

FUTURE

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Aasha Poudel

GIRL BOSS ADVISOR
Volunteer at Rukmini Foundation, Girl Boss Basics and Professional participant.


NEPAL

“Facilitating Girl Boss Professional has changed my homestay business because I now have a better grasp on planning and running my business. When I started my business initially, I didn't have a plan, it was a random thought, however going through the program and facilitating the curriculum as well has made me a better entrepreneur. Every session is memorable for me because I am constantly learning. I believe if I had a chance to learn this curriculum a long time ago while in school I would have been way ahead in my life.”

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Aparna George
GIRL BOSS ADVISOR

Microbiology Lecturer, Telangana Social Welfare Residential Degree College for Women, Girl Boss Advisor

INDIA

“No one is left out in this impact including the parents of the Girl Bosses who witnessed this transformation in their children while they were enrolled in Girl Boss sessions online at home during the pandemic. During the calls I had with parents, they would mention that they are convinced to support their children’s journey to education or employment or entrepreneurship by postponing their marriage because of how invested the girls and I am [as their advisor] in their child’s life.”

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