Putting children first during COVID-19
Amid COVID-19, Right To Play has been taking action to keep children healthy and safe, learning, and mentally strong. We are using the power of play to protect, educate, and empower children to rise above adversity, and help their communities build back stronger.
Right To Play welcomes Dag Skattum as the new Chair of its International Board of Directors
Right To Play is proud to announce Dag Skattum as the new Chair of the organization’s International Board of Directors.
Harnessing Technology to Empower Children
Microsoft has not only helped Right To Play streamline organizational operations, but since 2015 they have been a key supporter of our PLAY program, Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth.
Keeping Kids Learning During School Closures
Keeping children learning amid COVID-19 school closures has been an enormous challenge all around the world. We're reaching millions with daily TV broadcasts in Mozambique that provide play-based lessons while children are home.
Rising Up Against the Mistreatment of Girls
Girls in Mali and Tanzania are fighting back against a surge in abuse in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How Girls Are Fighting For Their Rights in Rural Tanzania Using the Radio
Keeping Kids Physically Active in Jordan
At the start of quarantine, Right To Play collaborated with the Jordanian Ministry of Education to create a series of exercise videos for children to help keep them active and boost their emotional resilience during challenging times.
Right To Play Program Results and Outlook (2017-2019)
Over the last 3 years we have continued to expand our programs to reach more children in 15 countries, creating new opportunities through play for those in vulnerable situations to experience quality education and acquire the life skills they need to succeed.
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