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The Girl Effect is a movement driven by girl champions around the globe.
Category: Microcredit | By RAGM, 2-Feb-2012 | Viewed 1504  Comments 0 | Source Girl Effect - http://www.girleffect.org
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The Girl Effect
The Girl Effect, while founded by The Nike Foundation, with key contributions both finically and intellectually, from the NoVo Foundation, is as they say "a movement driven by girl champions around the globe".  With additional partnerships with the likes of the United Nations Foundation and the Coalition for Adolescent Girls, The Girl Effect aims to empower girls throughout developing countries. 

With this empowerment The Girl Effect believes, "a girl has the right tools in place, a chance to use her voice and systems set up to work for her, she will transform the lives of everyone around her."

The Girl Effect works to share this message and "encourage people around the world to use their voices, talents, and communities to help girls help themselves—and, as a result, everybody else."

To help spread the word, and promote the idea that "it's about providing the tools and the network needed to spread the word about what girls can do." we are happy to share here The Girl Effect. 

For more information about The Girl Effect you can visit them at www.girleffect.org/


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