Support Her Empowerment – Girls’ Resilience, Enterprise, and Technology Initiative (SHE’s GREAT)

Support Her Empowerment – Girls’ Resilience, Enterprise, and Technology Initiative (SHE’s GREAT)

SHE’s GREAT! provides science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics (STEAM) skills and opportunities for young women and girls. Utilizing innovative and evidence-based practices, this initiative aims to equip young women to enter nontraditional fields, so that they can defy stereotypes, thrive, and serve as role models for other girls in the future. The overall program goal looks to ensure that young women and girls are economically and socially empowered and have access to skills training, information, and technology, thereby promoting global development, security, and prosperity.

SHE’s GREAT! provides science, technology, engineering, art and design, and mathematics (STEAM) skills and opportunities for young women and girls. Utilizing innovative and evidence-based practices, this initiative aims to equip young women to enter nontraditional fields, so that they can defy stereotypes, thrive, and serve as role models for other girls in the future. The overall program goal looks to ensure that young women and girls are economically and socially empowered and have access to skills training, information, and technology, thereby promoting global development, security, and prosperity.

Les opportunités (Opportunities)

Rejoignez l'initiative SHE's GREAT au Bénin (Join the She’s Great initiative in Benin)

À propos des opportunités de petites subventions (About the small grants opportunity)

Budget recommandé pour les petites subventions (Budget template)

Goals

  • Build resilience, entrepreneurship, and technology skills so young women and girls become protagonists of positive change, while addressing the root causes of vulnerability and lack of access to opportunity.
  • Engender and sustain transformative academic and professional aspirations and achievement for young women in STEAM careers through in-school interventions, such as national science fairs, community dialogues, blogs and storytelling, and innovations such as “father-daughter” conferences

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