Education Changes everything

We dedicate a percentage of our profits to empowering girls and women’s education in Sierra Leone and Uganda with One Girl. 

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How it started

The Co-founders of one Girl, Chantelle Baxter and David Dixon, had just arrived in Uganda, where they met Brenda.

An extraordinary, brave girl who had lost both her parents and was living in a tiny shack with her grandmother.

There was no money for luxuries like school. So Brenda decided to take matters into her own hands. She needed $40 for her school fees and went door to door, asking if anyone could help her. In the weeks she’d been doing this, Brenda shared that she’d been kicked, pushed aside, and spat on – simply because she was a girl who wanted to go to school.

That chance meeting was the spark that ignited a movement. They came back to Australia and founded One Girl – a non-profit organization on a mission to ensure that girls, just like Brenda, don’t miss out on accessing an education.

More than 130 million girls around the world are denied an education.

There are many things that will prevent a girl from being educated. But when it comes down to it, the truth is that millions of girls are denied an education, simply because they were born a girl.

One girl provides quality education, in and out of the classroom!

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One Girl's Impact

“When you educate a girl, everything changes.”

By using Cultive Creative’s product’s you are supporting One Girl to empower girls and women’s education in Sierra Leone and Uganda.


541

Girls have received education scholarships to complete high school.

12,152

Girls and young women have received menstrual hygiene management (MHM) education.

10,825

Girls and young women received education in business skills.

2,423

Girls have received education in water and hygiene (WASH).