Set Their Tomorrow in Motion
Girls Level the Playing Field in Senegal
The Renforcement des Capacités des Filles par le Sport et le Jeu (RECAF-Jeu) project is creating opportunities for girls and young women to participate in sports, develop life skills, transcend boundaries, and claim the future they choose.
Improving Access to Health Information and Services
In Uganda, many adolescents and young people find it difficult to access sexual and reproductive health care, information, and services. In a recent survey, only three in 10 reported accessing sexual and reproductive health services. The Sexual Health and Reproductive Education (SHARE) project is ensuring young people can access the skills and knowledge they need to advocate for their health-related rights and promote gender equity within their personal lives and communities.
Driven from Home but Keeping Hopes High
Hayat was forced to flee her home in District Tongo, Ethiopia, because of conflict. She arrived at a refugee settlement traumatized by the experience—but eager to find a way back into the classroom. Play-based lessons and psychosocial support games at a local school helped Hayat catch up on learning, connect with her peers, and start to process the trauma she experienced.
Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Palestinian Territories
#CeasefireNow: Open Call for an Immediate Ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and Israel to Prevent a Humanitarian Catastrophe and Further Loss of Innocent Lives.
Help Children in Gaza
The humanitarian crisis in Gaza is getting worse every day, particularly for children. Our team is working with local partners to monitor the situation and make sure we can be there for them. You can help.
News Alert: Right To Play Office in Gaza Severely Damaged by Air Strike
Right To Play is deeply distressed to report that our office in Al Remall Al Janoubi, Gaza was severely damaged by an air strike on October 10. Thankfully, no staff members were in the office at the time of the incident.
New Policy Brief: Play and Psychosocial Wellbeing
For too many children, crisis is the new normal. Climate-related disasters, forced displacement, and conflict put a heavy emotional burden on children and can inhibit their development. Our new policy brief explains.
Laying a foundation for learning in Burundi
When My Education, My Future started in 2020, it set out to restore the crumbling infrastructure that made classrooms unsafe for students and equip teachers to make class more fun and engaging. Since then, Right To Play has restored more than 10 school buildings, giving children a safe place to learn.
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