A Child’s Voice Can Save a Life: WASH Clubs in Uganda
In Uganda, we're using games to teach children learn how to properly wash their hands and prevent the spread of infection, forming local clubs that engage the country's most vulnerable children.
Small Hands, Big Dreams
In July 2021, more than 500 children from vulnerable communities in the Palestinian Territories attended a Right To Play-lead summer camp with activities designed to help them cope with and heal from trauma. The summer camp is part of the TOGETHER program, which was made possible with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada and implemented in partnership with UNRWA.
Help children get back to learning
Millions of children are out of school, kept from their right to an education because of their gender, their ability, or where they live. Play can help bridge the gap. We’re using play to make learning fun so children can get back to school, catch up on their studies, and thrive.
Every Seat Counts
11 million girls around the world may never return to school after the pandemic is over, putting them at much greater risk of harmful practices like child marriage, early pregnancy and female genital mutilation. With #SaveHerSeat, Right To Play aims to save 50,000 school seats around the world, so girls can return to their classrooms and claim their rights and their futures.
Empowering Girls Through Sport and Play in Senegal
Superstar footballer Sadio Mané provides an assist as Global Ambassador to Right To Play, working to increase gender equity in Senegal by using the power of sport and play to help girls achieve their dreams.
Keeping children learning and mentally strong
Important new funding from the LEGO Foundation will support Right To Play’s COVID-19 response and recovery, to help ensure children continue to have access to high quality education that is safe, active, and engaging.
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS
We use the power of play to help the world’s most marginalized children stay mentally strong and become more emotionally resilient. Playing helps children recognize and express their emotions, overcome feelings of isolation and develop positive relationships.
From Struggle and Survival to Success for Refugee Children
For 33 million children around the world fleeing war, natural disasters, famines, or epidemics, everyday acts of childhood like packing a backpack or running outside are instead acts of survival and struggle. But you can change their story.
Help Them Rise
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