2022 Annual Report
ALLYSON FELIX INSPIRED BY GIRLS IN MOZAMBIQUE
In June 2023, Olympic gold medalist and Right To Play Ambassador Allyson Felix returned to Mozambique to see the impact of Right To Play programs that support girls’ access to quality education and reproductive health resources. A highlight of the trip was spending time at a school where Allyson shared her story with teenage girls and joined games that teach children to claim their rights.
Protect. Educate. Empower
Protect. Educate. Empower. Three words that guide everything that we do. Every day, in 15 countries around the world, our teams protect, educate, and empower children to rise above adversity using the power of play.
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Small Hands, Big Dreams
In July 2021, more than 500 children from vulnerable communities in the Palestinian Territories attended a Right To Play-lead summer camp with activities designed to help them cope with and heal from trauma. The summer camp is part of the TOGETHER program, which was made possible with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada and implemented in partnership with UNRWA.
BRIDGING THE GAPS CAUSED BY DISPLACEMENT
Displacement creates many gaps in children’s lives: children who are refugees are more likely to be out of school than their peers. They are more likely to experience fear, anxiety, and other mental health issues. It can be easy to lose hope.
HELP CHILDREN RECOVER FROM THE PAKISTAN FLOODS
Pakistan is in crisis from the destruction caused by historic flooding. Millions of children have lost their homes, and the lingering floodwaters are threatening outbreaks of waterborne diseases. We are responding by providing mental and emotional support and distributing hygiene kits in flood-affected areas. As conditions stabilize, we will help open the doors of damaged schools so children can safely return and pursue their education.
2021 ANNUAL REPORT
2021 held many challenges: lockdowns continuing to keep many out of school, conflict ripping communities apart, and millions of children being subjected to child labor, early marriage and pregnancy. Right To Play responded to help children stay in school and graduate, resist exploitation, overcome prejudice, prevent disease and heal from the trauma of war. Read our year in review.
Save Her Seat
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been devastating to the world’s most marginalized and vulnerable girls. Along with the threat from the virus itself, there are disruptions like school closures, loss of familial income, political instability, and social isolation that are rolling back decades of progress on girls’ rights.
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