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Her Future: Removing Barriers to Education for Girls

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Her Future: Starts Now

Through the Her Future campaign, WUSC is contributing to girls’ empowerment to pursue educational pathways in crisis-affected areas. Canadians and people living in Canada can take small, everyday actions to have a tangible impact on the lives of girls in fragile, conflict and crisis situations globally.

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By raising awareness of the challenges girls in crisis situations face in accessing education through volunteering, donating, and supporting the Her Future campaign, you will be helping to increase literacy rates, improve health outcomes, and empower girls to be agents of change in their lives. Get involved and help remove barriers to accessing education for girls so that they can achieve their goals.

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Two times less likely

Did you know that girls in crisis situations are two times less likely to access secondary education than their male peers?

16,593 girls

WUSC has directly supported 16,593 girls in crisis situations by removing barriers to education.

15,900 girls

Last year, thanks to our program, 15,900 girls received education support

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