Maiden is a Global Ambassador for the Empowerment of Girls through Education
April 22, 2022
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September 24, 2021
At Room to Read, we believe that education is a fundamental human right and that every child deserves to have access to it. We also believe that education is an essential building block to help solve the world’s biggest problems — poverty, conflict, disease, intolerance, inequality, and exploitation — but a quality education remains out […]
September 15, 2021
Without supportive role models, so many girls will not achieve their full potential. If people do not believe a girl can achieve greatness, it will be significantly harder for her to get there. During Maiden’s previous World Tour, The Maiden Factor worked with partner charities that support girls’ access to an education. One of the […]
July 29, 2021
Educating girls has proven to be one of the most important ways of breaking poverty cycles and is likely to have significant impacts on access to formal jobs in the longer term.
October 23, 2020
Progress has been made, but there is still a long way to go - 130 million girls around the world do not have access to an education. But when the focus shifts to ensuring schooling is accessible, the opportunities for positive change for the entire world broaden and grow.
October 17, 2020
Education is a proved driver of reducing poverty as well as increasing life choices; so we all need to ensure that girls who make up around 50% of the population are able to access and benefit from a full education – a vital step towards the goal of eradicating world poverty
June 17, 2020
With such a dedicated library, the children’s comprehension and reading skills are constantly supported as they develop; this support means that not only the children benefit from the programmes, but the parents and guardians are invited to be involved.