Learnlight Partners with Malala Fund for Girls’ Education
- Corporate Social Responsibility
Learnlight is pleased to announce its latest pledge to support Malala Fund, a non-profit organization providing girls worldwide with access to education. Over 130 million girls globally have no access to education. Malala Fund invests in local activists and organizations to challenge policies and practices preventing girls from going to school.
From providing tuition in STEM subjects for young women in Pakistan, to creating safe learning spaces for girls in Northern Nigeria, our funds will be invested in some of Malala Fund’s amazing global programs helping girls receive the educational support they deserve.
This initiative is strongly connected to our mission of building a brighter, more sustainable future together – after all, building mutual understanding between people from different cultures, languages and beliefs will only ever be possible if we provide education opportunities for all. It is also a way of saying thank you to our clients.
Benjamin Joseph, co-founder and CEO of Learnlight states “We are delighted to be working towards providing underprivileged girls around the world with the education they deserve. We are huge believers of democratizing education, and on Malala Fund’s approach of using the power of communities to drive change in this area”.
Watch the video below to find out more. And if you feel as strongly as we do about this cause, find out how to make your own contributions here.