Did you know that our Skate School in Mazar-e-Sharif also has a climbing wall? It's one of the other sports our students get to take part in, as well as football, basketball and, of course, skateboarding.
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At the end of last year, Skateistan Cambodia volunteers organized a special event at the Skate School to highlight Human Rights. More than 100 students and family members turned up to watch a skate demo, play games and take part in art. A full blog about the event is coming next week!
In Afghanistan, Skate and Create students finished up the Healthy Futures curriculum. During the final lesson they had discussions in the classroom then created items to go in a time capsule, which won't be opened until 2022!
Thanks to everyone who supported Give Her Five. Whether you donated $5, told your friends about it or read one of the inspiring stories! We raised a total of $84,260. This goes towards supporting our programs and Skate Schools which are empowering girls around the world!
Learning to grow their own food! Skate and Create students grew spinach and other vegetables in small plots at the Skate Schools and Outreach locations last year. It was all part of the #environment curriculum, in which our students around the world learned to take care of themselves and the planet! #SustainableYouth #ZeroHunger #tbt
"Women and girls represent half of the world’s population and therefore also half of its potential. But, today gender inequality persists everywhere and stagnates social progress." United Nations #SunstainableDevelopment.
We are are focused on giving girls opportunities at our Skate Schools around the world. 50% of our students are girls and we run over 14 girls-only sessions each week. Plus... View details ⇨
It is the final day of Give Her Five. The campaign highlighted the positive impact we are having on the lives of girls in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa. We told some of the stories of the 800 female students that learn with us and the 30 female staff members who help lead the way. What inspired you the most? #GiveHerFive