One Win Can Lead to Another
The opportunities and challenges posed by mega sporting events to promote gender equityRead More
A Winning Combination
Women Win and Win-Win Strategies MergeREAD MORE
Made To Play Fund Winners Announced
The Made to Play Fund received more than 200 applications from young women all over the world looking to share their passion for empowering younger girls (7-14 year-old) through sport. 17 winners will use exciting sports, get to know all of them here.Read More
Women on the Move
2 million refugees have fled South Sudan since 2013. Through sport and play, these women are finding ways to overcome their trauma.Read More
Our Open Sourced Tools
Community and institutional resources are often limited for girls. Well-designed sport programmes can help link girls to health, education and other critical sectors as well as provide access to powerful and important information for their healthy development. The following are a collection of our guidelines and resoures to support other practitioners through sharing good practices.
Designing Sport Programmes
The International Guide to Designing Sport Programmes for Girls is a collaboratively-authored tool designed to help organisations develop and improve effective and sustainable programmes.
Sport can have a powerful effect on building the economic, emotional and physical self-determination of girls. This guideline shares powerful and effective examples of how sport has been used to develop their leadership and economic empowerment.
Goal is an award-winning development programme which uses sport and life skills education to transform the lives of adolescent girls.
Addressing Gender-based Violence
This guide is a collection of evidence gathered from experts, coaches, programme directors and girls from around the world about how to address gender-based violence through sport.
Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)
This Guide is a collaboratively-authored tool that is designed to assist organisations in improving sport programmes for girls through the addition of quality sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and practices.