As you might have learned from our previous GoPhil’s key sectors blog post on health care, or observed by going through our site, we focus on 3 key sectors of development: health, human rights, and
International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month both take place in March - giving us the opportunity to reflect on how far we have come in the fight for gender equality, while also acknowledging
In April 2020, we launched our Rapid Response Fund (RRF) to support the immediate needs of our partners as they responded to crises on the ground throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Our partners, who all work
In honor of International Women’s Day and Women's History Month, the GoPhil community came together to celebrate the achievements of women leaders from program partners who #ChooseToChallenge gender bias and inequality every day. Throughout
The following offers a biannual report of Community Outreach efforts and the KVK Skills Development Center at GoPhil partner Shakti Shalini - a program designed to combat gender-based violence in India. As the nationwide
by Travis Day, GoPhil Director of External Communications This year’s International Day of Education on January 24th presents a global need to ‘Recover and Revitalize Education for the COVID-19 Generation’.
by Allegra Mangione, GoPhil Development & Marketing Coordinator GoPhil partner Shakti Shalini supports survivors of gender and sexual violence through direct response and prevention. They work with local communities to prevent everyday violence and
Narrative Report from GoPhil Partner Shakti Shalini Shakti Shalini is a Delhi based NGO that actively works to prevent all forms of gender and sexual violence. Shakti Shalini believes in
GoPhil partner Shakti Shalini in India offers support and opportunities to survivors of gender and sexual violence, while also working with communities to prevent everyday violence and promote gender equality, individual choice, and dignity.
by Corinne Yank, GoPhil Communications Manager In late February GoPhil travelers joined us on a Journey to India in which we spent quality time with regional partner programs. Along the way, we witnessed countless