Choose to challenge the rewind for girls
Choose to challenge the rewind. 11.2 million girls could be out of school forever because of COVID-19, their educations cut short by child marriage, early pregnancy, and other social pressures. We can’t let girls’ hopes and dreams be permanently extinguished.
Protecting, Educating, and Empowering Children during COVID-19: Q & A with Susan McIsaac, Right To Play’s new CEO
A question and answer session with Susan McIsaac, Right To Play’s new CEO, about how we're supporting children to rise above the challenges impacting them.
Creating lifelong learners using play
By 2023, we will help over 3 million students in Ghana to stay in school and succeed by helping 75,000 teachers to incorporate learning through play into their lessons, all with the support of the LEGO Foundation.
Staying Strong Despite Crisis in Mali
In Mali, COVID-19 has kept children out of school, and put them in even greater danger of permanently dropping out to become child labourers. Our work seeks to prevent that.
Sadio Mané Joins Right To Play as Global Ambassador
Star footballer, Sadio Mané will use his voice and profile to empower children through sport and education.
HELP CHILDREN STAND UP TO CRISIS
From COVID-19 and school closures to economic crises and global conflicts, it has been a difficult time for children everywhere. But these kids refuse to let disasters, wars, inequality, and the pandemic determine and limit their futures.
Putting children first during COVID-19
Amid COVID-19, Right To Play has been taking action to keep children healthy and safe, learning, and mentally strong. We are using the power of play to protect, educate, and empower children to rise above adversity, and help their communities build back stronger.
Keeping Kids Healthy
Teachers in Ghana and Mozambique are using tippy-taps to teach children proper handwashing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Help Them Rise
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