WomenOne is a non-profit devoted to creating positive change in the lives of women and girls globally through access to quality education.
62 million girls are out of school globally.
With an extra year of secondary school, a girl can earn 20% more income.
As a result of educating women and girls, 4 million child deaths were prevented in the past 40 years.
With your donations, WomenOne provides new and innovative educational programming for women and girls globally affected by extreme poverty, cultural barriers and emergencies. As little as $5 can go a long way to provide all women and girls access to quality education.
If all girls had a secondary education, 60% fewer girls under 17 would become pregnant.
A child born to a literate mother is 50% more likely to survive past age 5.
If all women completed primary education, there would be 15% fewer child deaths worldwide.
"Education is the doorway that will open up their world." WomenOne founder and CEO, Dayle Haddon, spoke at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2016 about our work to educate women and girls around ...Read more
Happy International Day of the Girl! Today and every day, we're committed to empowering women and girls around the world. Whether it's training adult literacy facilitators, supporting grassroots commu...Read more
|WomenOne Founder & CEO @dayleythought spoke at @FortuneMPW about our work in girls' education. Watch here! https://t.co/dSNiqZ70wj|
|RT @CarrieSchwab: Beautiful inside & out. @dayleythought talks abt girls ed in Africa & helping girls who lack opportunities.Great wrk @Wom…|
|RT @srwestin: Thank you @dayleythought for all you do for girls with @Women1One and for inspiring all of us. #beautifulinsideandout #Fortun…|
|RT @dayleythought: Thank you Vanity Fair for the lovely piece on @women1one in November issue. I am honored that we… https://t.co/rlJYxINsif|
|Educate a girl. Change the world. Celebrate #DayoftheGirl by sponsoring a girl at our Center of Worth in Kenya… https://t.co/EE6JSDIzFp|
|Worldwide, 62 million girls are still out of school. Will you help make a difference this #DayoftheGirl?… https://t.co/BJaJ1ZZgSH|