To doubling the graduates

From eager-to-learn five-year-olds to teenage girls with aspirations of becoming doctors - having the time and health to go to school starts with access to safe water.

Globally, one-third of schools lack access to safe water and toilets. This means girls who once attended class must quit to spend their time collecting water and finding a place to go.

This isn’t the case for thirteen-year-old Joslin and about 100 girls from her rural Ugandan village. Because their senior high school made water and toilets available on campus, Joslin’s graduating class doubled.

With help from donors like you, we can remove the obstacles standing between girls and the education they deserve.