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In the Masaka District of Uganda, we conducted 53 individual interviews and presented a workshop for 225 local women, discovering that these women have little to no access to water, information, and electricity. The predictable future is that the world will continue to advance, while these women fall behind.
When women and girls have the freedom to learn, earn, and save, families become stronger both economically and socially, student numbers increase, agricultural productivity goes up, while rates of child marriage, teen pregnancy, and HIV/AIDS go down. Women and girls therefore have a unique ability to transform lives and end the cycle of intergenerational poverty. This is “The Girl Effect”.
The Glow Exchange manifests the The Girl Effect and The Glow Effect internationally.
I can set up a tailoring workshop to get others to learn tailoring.
I can start up programs that can help women.
When I earn money, I can contribute financially.