EDUCATEGIRLS WINS NASSCOM FOUNDATION AWARD: USING TECH FOR SOCIAL IMPACT

Educate Girls was honored with an award from Nasscom Foundation’s Social Innovation Forum (NSIF) – a ‘Tech for Good’ platform that aims to drive technology led innovation by developing solutions to address gaps in key developmental areas and foster inclusive growth. On February 10th, 2016, Educate Girls was announced as one of the recipients of…

EDUCATE GIRLS RECEIVES 2015 SKOLL AWARD FOR SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

2015 Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship Winners, from left to right, back row, Ma Jun, Executive Director and Founder of Educate Girls Safeena Husain, Jagdeesh Rao Puppala & Al Harris, joined on the front row, from left to right, by Sally Osberg, Graça Machel & Jeff Skoll. At the 12th Annual Skoll World Forum, the…

EDUCATE GIRLS RECEIVES STARS FOUNDATION IMPACT AWARD 2014

This year Stars Foundation, after reviewing 277 applications from organizations around the world, announced Educate Girls as the winner of the 2014 Impact Award for Education in Asia Pacific. The award entitles Educate Girls to 100,000 US Dollars of unrestricted funding and 20,000 US Dollars of consultancy support. The award ceremony took place in London…

EDUCATE GIRLS AND NITIN GADKARI AT THE MILLEMIUM ALLIANCE AWARDS CEREMONY

This week, our founder and Executive Director, Safeena Husain, attended the Millennium Alliance Awards Ceremony in New Delhi. 20 Award Winning organizations, including Educate Girls, were felicitated by Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister of the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and Shipping, Govt. of India. The winning organizations were selected through a rigorous selection and evaluation process…

HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM EDUCATE GIRLS!

Dear Friends, On behalf of the entire Educate Girls team and all the girls and their families involved, I would like to thank each one of you for encouraging us in our journey to empower girls. A year has passed and we are diligently moving towards our goal to improve access and quality of education for children…