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Announcing the 2015 With and For Girls Award Winners

Posted by: Emma on 16 Nov 2015
in News

The With and For Girls Collective is proud to announce the recipients of the 2015 With and For Girls Awards.

Today, the following 20 local organisations are being recognised for ensuring that the rights of adolescent girls are realised.

Representatives from the recipient organisations will attend an awards ceremony in London on 16 November 2015 as well as being recognised at the Trust Women Conference on 17 November 2015.

Asia and the Pacific 

Aware Girls, Pakistan

Girl Determined, Myanmar

Teen's Key - Young Women Development Network, Hong Kong

The Princess Centre, Mongolia


Europe and Central Asia

Girl Activists of Kyrgyzstan

Integrate Bristol, United Kingdom

JungLesbenZentrum, Germany

NGO Atina, Serbia


The American Continent and the Caribbean

A Long Walk Home, United States of America

Asociación Movimiento de Mujeres por Nuestros Derechos Humanos (MOMUNDH), Nicaragua


Melel Xojobal, Mexico


The Middle East and North Africa

Insan Association, Lebanon

Psycho Social Counselling Centre for Women, Occupied Palestinian Territories

Shoruq Organisation, Occupied Palestinian Territories

Syrian Women's League


Sub-Saharan Africa

Boxgirls Kenya

HACEY Health Initiative, Nigeria

Katswe Sistahood, Zimbabwe

Organisation of Women in Sports (AKWOS), Rwanda


Between them, the 2015 With and For Girls Award recipients have reached more than 37,400 people.

Winners receive between US$15,000 and US$50,000 in flexible funding and capacity building support.

The With and For Girls Collective is a group of eight organisations – EMpower, Mama Cash, Nike Foundation, NoVo Foundation, Plan UK, Stars Foundation, The Global Fund for Children and The Malala Fund – with a track record of supporting civil society organisations working to improve the lives of girls and their communities.