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05/22/2017 at 15:43. Facebook
When Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole interviewed Sheryl Sandberg, she took on her own Lean In challenge.

Read about her experience: [ Bit.ly Link ]
When Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole interviewed Sheryl Sandberg she took on her
Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole talks to Lean In founder and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about girls and the tech revolution. Read more in
Refinery29 UK's article here:
Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole talks to Lean In founder and Facebook COO

"I Did Not Get Invited To Cool Parties": Sheryl Sandberg Talks About Her Teenage Years

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Wendy Fasen
Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole met Lean In founder Sheryl Sandberg, who offers inspiration to Rwanda's girls with her thoughts on tech, role models and gender equality.

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Ni Nyampinga journalist Nicole met Lean In founder Sheryl Sandberg who offers
Charlotte Bailey
At Girl Effect it is our mission to stop poverty before it starts. One of the ways we do this is by empowering and educating girls with mobile and interactive technologies.
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Can the power of mobile innovation radically disrupt systems of poverty?

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Zakariyya Sani
Through harnessing creative branding, strategy, media, and technology, Farah Ramzan Golant is impacting the world, as well as the lives of millions of girls. The brands she creates empower girls living in poverty to reach better services and life opportunities. Learn more about her work at Girl Effect during #C2M17.

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Bonnie Bain
The HPV vaccines protects against 70% of incidences of cervical cancer. So why are thousands of girls still at risk?

We've teamed up with Gavi to tackle the stigma of vaccination.

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The HPV vaccines protects against 70 of incidences of cervical cancer So
Cecilie Kjeldsberg
Ghani Rahimo
Prineces Sidra Ali
Tackling cervical cancer in the developing world is an audacious ambition. Our CEO, Farah Ramzan Golant, explains how combining vital supply of vaccinations with demand from girls who need them will save lives.
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Tackling cervical cancer in the developing world is an audacious ambition Our
Ali Bongovska
Danladi Mohammed
Treat your girl right or someone else will
We’re creating the demand.

Gavi has the supply.

Together we’re tackling social norms that stop girls accessing the HPV vaccine
Putting information about health in the palm of a girl’s hand, puts her one step closer to accessing the services she needs
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Putting information about health in the palm of a girls hand puts
Nassor Athuman
Rooted in local culture and shifting social norms for girls.

Selome Tadesse tells Africa News how Yegna is changing attitudes in Ethiopia

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Rooted in local culture and shifting social norms for girls
Working together with @PEPFAR for an aids-free future in Malawi, we’ve launched Zathu, a Malawian youth brand built to unite girls and boys.

Through inspirational storytelling, Zathu works to educate and empower young people, unlocking the power of friendship.
Working together with PEPFAR for an aidsfree future in Malawi weve launched

Girl Effect launches Zathu – the new sound of Malawi

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Latade Alimu
By encouraging friendship we can change the way that girls are perceived in Malawi.

Introducing #Zathu: a youth brand for both boys and girls, empowering young people to create a Malawi where everyone is encouraged to reach their potential.
By encouraging friendship we can change the way that girls are perceived in Malawi

Zathu - Girl Effect

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Introducing Zathu, a Malawian youth brand built to unite girls and boys.

Using music, radio and drama, Zathu unlocks the power of friendship to prevent the spread of HIV, breaking down barriers that don’t just hold girls back, but boys as well: [ Girleffect.org Link ]
Sally Blackden
Collective Impact
Shaun Flanagan
Our youth brand Yegna has been awarded a prize at the Ethiopian Girl Awards, recognised for its Outstanding Service to Girls through Media.
Our youth brand Yegna has been awarded a prize at the Ethiopian

Yegna wins Ethiopian Girl Award

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“What we are trying to do is create something bigger”, Girl Effect’s Senior Director Matthew Freeman discusses how girl-powered culture brands can inform, inspire and unlock change for girls.
What we are trying to do is create something bigger Girl Effects

Driving Normative Change

The different approaches to driving a shift in attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that limit impact for India’s adolescents Panels: Matthew Freeman (Senior Dir...

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Kati, an Inspirational Model
Magda Van Goolen
To make real and lasting change for girls, supply and demand need to be integrated.

Our Managing Director Howard Taylor spoke at the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation #CSW61 event to explain how: [ Bit.ly Link ]
To make real and lasting change for girls supply and demand need to be integrated

Howard Taylor speaks at US Chambers of Commerce Foundation talk

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Kati van der Hoeven
Kola Dauke
Abraham X Zoldick
When girls rise they bring their communities with them. Girl Effect puts mobile technology into the hands of girls in order to make a lasting change.

This #InternationalWomensDay take a look at how we are turning girls from participants in innovation to innovators themselves: [ Bit.ly Link ]
When girls rise they bring their communities with them Girl Effect puts

Can the power of mobile innovation radically disrupt systems of poverty?

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Lucile Stengel Mazzoleni
We’re putting mobile technology "in the hands of girls so that they can surface real issues".

Our CEO Farah Ramzan Golant speaks at Mobile World Congress about how we’re working with and for girls to transform the world that they live in: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Were putting mobile technology in the hands of girls so that they

Girl Effect CEO Farah Ramzan Golant speaks at Mobile World Congress 2017

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Without intervention, cervical cancer is set to become the biggest killer of women in developing countries.
Lanell Jacobs-Hansen
Karin Henz
Brittany Schuler
Following today’s announcement and with thanks to all our supporters, here is our statement about Yegna and our work with DFID

A statement from Girl Effect about Yegna and our work with DFID

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Christine Clifford
Harry Small
Eleanor Saunders