Girl Rising's Impact
Girl Rising’s impact spans the globe. From rural villages in India to urban cities in the United States, direct results of GR programs include families enrolling their daughters in school, girls advocating for themselves, parents deciding against arranged marriages, teachers changing their methods to better support girls, and boys joining clubs to help end gender discrimination.
Girl Rising content translated into 30 languages and dubbed in Hindi, Hausa, Lingala, Swahili, Tshiluba, and Congolese French
Hindi version of Girl Rising aired on Star Television, India's #1 network
With Michelle Obama, we launched the #62MillionGirls campaign, creating 1 billion+ impressions in the first 3 days and 248,000+ stories shared
Nearly 6,000 Educators from over 125 countries and all 50 U.S. states have registered to use Girl Rising's feature film and free curriculum in their classrooms
5 billion+ global media impressions
1,600+ articles published about Girl Rising
98/100 top media impact score from Participant Media
PSA's funded by India's Ministry of Women and Child Development aired across TV networks and 3,000+ movie theaters across India
An original Girl Rising radio magazine aired throughout the DRC, reaching 4 million households in communities where electricity and television are rare luxuries
- Girl Rising materials were distributed to 500 Digital Learning Libraries and over 1,500 teachers were trained in northern Nigeria
“It is a message that awakens the conscious mind on the importance of girls' education.”
FGD RESPONDENT | Mbandaka, DRC
GR believes that measuring the impact of our campaigns and programs is critical to our sustainability and to achieving our vision. We partner with independent research organizations, utilizing innovative methodologies to assess impact at multiple-levels, comparing benchmark indicators throughout the lifespan of a program or campaign, and assessing reach and audience engagement. We are proud to work with The George Washington University as our primary research and academic partner.