Education – especially of women and girls – transforms lives and communities.
Educating girls specifically has enormous and far-reaching benefits. It reduces rates of child marriage, promotes healthier and smaller families, improves wages and jobs for women, and empowers women to become leaders at community and government levels.1
But around the world, nine million girls of primary school age will never start school or set foot in a classroom. This compares to about three million boys.2
Nada Foundation believes a good quality, publicly-funded education should be available to all children.
We work in countries middle east to ensure that children receive the quality education that is their right.
In countries where girls are denied an education through the risk of violence or child marriage, we set up girls’ clubs and school committees so that girls can demand their right to education, free from abuse.