STANDING STRONG: CLAIRE’S STORY
Claire was sexually assaulted, became pregnant, and out of fear of teachers and classmates, dropped out of school. Over time, she was able to reclaim her agency, return to school and wants to become a teacher.
HOLDING ON TO HER FUTURE: LEILA’S STORY
When Leila got pregnant in Mozambique at 16, she thought it was the end of her school career. But with the help of Right To Play, she made it back to school. Read more about her story here.
STANDING UP FOR HER RIGHTS: ANGELINA’S STORY
This is the story of how one young mother in Mozambique refused to give up on her right to an education.
BRIGHTER THAN GOLD: BALLA’S STORY
Balla, 12, worked in Mali's most dangerous gold mines. Today, she is back in school, excelling in mathematics and French, and wants to go to medical school. This is her journey.
A CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN: DANIELLE’S STORY
Danielle was just eight when the Burundi Civil War broke out in 1993. By 15, she had lost her family and was a refugee. Right To Play was present in her camp, and she became involved in 2002. She quickly became a young leader. This is her story.
FINDING THE STRENGTH TO HELP OTHERS: AYA’S STORY
Before Right To Play became a part of her life, Aya was shy and nervous in group settings. Now, she fearlessly speaks to groups of girls and leads them through confidence-building activities.
BIG GOALS: TAUSEEF’S STORY
STANDING STRONG: KYAW’S STORY
Clenching his fists in anger is no longer a solution for Kyaw. In Mae La in Thailand, where a generation of Karen refugees is growing up under the most difficult conditions, he supports children and youth as a coach to help them express their feelings and rise.
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