Classroom environment drastically changed with the help of our partner War Child. Through our program the Peace Circus, children and teachers are invited to embrace art for peace through play, theatre techniques, visual arts, music, games and more.
Without knowing how to manage their periods, teenage girls can end up dropping out of school, missing their education and putting their health and futures at risk. Thanks to the Banglabazar project with WaterAid, new female-friendly toilets and menstrual hygiene management sessions are helping to break the cycle of absenteeism, keeping girls in school and improving lives for the whole community.
Thanks to Kiron Open Higher Education, Rania got support and education in a new country.
Through our partnership with UNICEF, we can help transform the lives and futures of thousands of young children with disabilities. One of them is one-year old Iquer.
To do well in school children must be in attendance. Our partner Children’s Health Fund’s Healthy and Ready to Learn program, used innovation and creativity to help eliminate absences.
Public sanitation is a highly undermined priority in urban life across Bangladesh. Our project with WaterAid has improved the health, safety and dignity of millions of people in Dhaka, by renovating or building toilets.
After the health clinic in West Doguri received proper sanitation services, the number of visitors increased, resulting in better health among the people.
With the help of Save the Children, Cristi got support and preparations for kindergarten.
The Syrian civil war has created the biggest humanitarian and refugee crisis of our time, a continuing cause of suffering for millions. H&M Foundation is donating USD 200,000 to help refugees in Lebanon and Turkey, reaching almost 10,000 people.
Today is the International Day of the Girl. So, let’s talk about the importance of education of girls. We can celebrate that more girls are getting access to school but the truth is, many miss out or even drop out, simply because of periods.