Despite the various advancements in gender equality, women’s reproductive health rights remain a contentious topic. In spite of its prevalence, women’s ability to decide what happens to their bodies continues to be challenged, especially in […]
“Viruses such as HIV or COVID-19 do not differentiate between people, but societies do.” – UNAIDS. On March 1, we celebrate Zero Discrimination Day. This year’s theme is a continuation of 2020, which challenges the prejudices […]
When a person deals with problems such as domestic violence or abuse, it is of crucial importance that they have someone who they can talk to and who knows how to help them. With the Women for Change project, Center for Girls educates women to be points of contact for people who need help with these issues.
In the development sector, metrics matter. In our day-to-day work at Center for Girls (CFG), we have the ability to see the results of our programs firsthand. We encourage women who have participated in our […]
The Song Pi Nong Women for Change have secured their first distributor for their bag-making project! Last week, ten bags made by members of Women for Change in Song Pi Nong, a remote village in […]
Local businesses are instrumental in identifying, reporting, and preventing human trafficking, Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), and abuse. Last Saturday, Center for Girls (CFG) convened local Chiang Khong business owners for the first time in […]
Now in its second year, the Women for Change Program (WFC), a project which strives to empower women by increasing their knowledge of gender-based violence and the reporting procedures of cases of abuse, as well […]
We are very excited for our partner, Child Rights Protection Center (CRPC), and their daughter who has recently received official statehood! Check out their post about it: We are pleased to announce that one of […]