Many Ethiopian girls are forced to leave home due to hunger. 13-year-old Sewnet will not be one of them, thanks to your support.
For 14-year-old Jhoselin in Bolivia, being a leader means supporting others.
Jayla, Jaelie and Kaylie are learning to take care of Mother Earth with the help of their grandmother, Glenda.
For Annet, nothing is more important than making sure her granddaughter, Resty, finishes her education.
Women farmers shared their stories of personal empowerment with Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau during a visit to the RESULT project in Ghana.
Hear from nine of Natoaganeg School’s Youth Champions – students who taken on a leadership role to help create a healthier school and community in Eel Ground First Nation – while reflecting on their experiences in the days leading up to their grade eight graduation.