U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama brought her passion for girls’ education and a powerful message to the World Bank Summit. She ended her speech with a story about a girl named Faith from Kenya – a girl in the Global Give Back Circle. Read more
CEO of Shiraz Partners, Conny Dorrestijn; Talent Leader at Microsoft US, Holly Perreault; CEO of The MasterCard Foundation, Reeta Roy; and CEO of the Bank of New York Mellon SA/NV, Laura Ahto share their mentor story. Read more
Global Give Back Circle Beneficiary, Faith Chepkiror, shares her story and the brave story of other Kenyan girls.
Africa Genesis TV interviews Global Give Back Circle beneficiaries, as they share their rescue story.
Catherine M. Russell: Ambassador-At-Large for Global Women’s Issues, U.S. Department of State and
Sarah Muthoni, Global Give Back Circle Beneficiary.
June 15th-16th, 2016, FHI 360 hosted the 4th global Gender 360 Summit in Washington, DC. The two-day summit put a spotlight on important development issues affecting adolescent girls and boys. Speakers from around the world — including adolescent girls and boys, youth activists and development experts —convened to support adolescents’ empowerment and leadership, addressing core obstacles such as gender-based violence, to come up with tangible solutions to help advance gender equality.
Empowering girls transforms communities. Half the Sky Movement documents the Global Give Back Circle Educate ‘HER’ Parade in Kenya.
Meet Mary Mwende, a young woman from Kenya and Global Give Back Circle beneficiary whose experience gaining technology skills has helped her to realize new possibilities and give back to others. Microsoft YouthSpark aims to empower young people like Mary around the world.