Ensure Equitable and Quality Education at All Levels
Educating girls and women is a powerful investment that benefits both individuals and society by unlocking the potential to improve health, nutrition, social justice, democracy, human rights, gender equality, social cohesion, and economic prosperity for current and future generations. This policy brief examines the cross-sectoral interventions that promote gender equality in and through education and support girls to access and complete school.
Ensure Health for All
Infographic on how to ensure access to comprehensive health services for girls and women.
Ensure Health for All
Healthy girls and women are the cornerstone of healthy societies. This brief discusses some of the approaches that can help communities improve the access that girls and women have to a comprehensive range of services for their enjoyment of physical and mental health and rights. Importantly, girls and women should be involved in the design, implementation, evaluation, and accountability of policies, programs, and services.
Feminist Humanitarian System Building Block I: Advancing Gender-Transformative Localization
An action brief outlining the challenges and opportunities for shifting more power to women-focused civil society organizations in humanitarian settings, and why this is key for building a feminist humanitarian system.
Gender Data: Why and How to Use Gender Statistics to Propel Your Advocacy
This webinar equips advocates with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to use gender data to drive progress for girls and women.
Girls and Women are Drivers of Development
Infographic on why girls and women are critical to development and the success of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Going Online for Sexual and Reproductive Health
A research study to understand how adolescent girls and young women in India, Malawi, and Rwanda are using digital platforms to learn about their sexual and reproductive health.
Having a Child Before Becoming an Adult: Exploring the Economic Impact in a Multi-Country Analysis
This report presents findings from one of the first multi-country analyses to examine the short- and long-term impacts of having a child before 18 on employment and monetary compensation (cash earnings).
Health & Technology: What young people really think
Although people between 15 and 30 years old make up nearly a quarter of the world’s total population, the international community dedicates less than 2% of global development assistance for health toward young people. As digital natives young people bring a unique perspective to global discussions and can provide valuable contributions. A coalition including Fondation … Continued
How Business Can Build a ‘Future of Work’ That Works for Women
As companies prepare for and respond to the changes brought about by the ‘future of work’, we need business action to ensure that women can not only participate, but lead in the workplaces of the future. In turn, this will benefit companies by ensuring they attract and retain the best talent and build a highly skilled and innovative workforce positioned for future success.