Girls Transform the World

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The Girls Transform Campaign is World Pulse’s digital action campaign focusing on improving girls’ access to education and opportunities around the world. Tools and resources such as an advocacy package may be downloaded. Prevention strategies across all levels of the social ecology are discussed in a report, many of them include broad policy change influencing family and cultural values, education, health and wellness identifying barriers to girls empowerment and specific strategies to address vulnerabilities.

Goal: To increase the digital and media literacy of girls and women so that they may have more access to opportunities and increased voice. To engage adults, practitioners and policy makers concerned with the well-being of girls and the rights of women and girls in prevention strategies - providing adults with concrete action steps for prevention.

Girls Transform offers innovative ideas for empowering girls and changing the social norms that devalue and undermine girls and women’s full participation in society making them more vulnerable to a host of economic and health disparities, including intimate partner and community violence.

One resource included in the campaign is particularly useful to prevention workers as an education and awareness tool: 10 Ways to help Girls Transform the World identifies through women’s own voices, both large and small action steps that we can make toward empowering girls.

Impact: Full Report on barriers and strategies to address girls’ access to education and opportunity can be accessed in the Girls Transform Advocacy Package.

Feedback: World Pulse hosts a blog where ideas are discussed and testimonials and updates about the campaign are shared.


The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is available to provide support for implementing this campaign.

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