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COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

On the Front Lines: Remarkable Resilience in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Throughout Canada, people working at women’s shelters, sexual assault crisis centres, employment services, and other community programs are going above and beyond to support women and girls during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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10 Ways Your Support Ignites Girls’ Potential

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We want all girls to believe in themselves, realize that they matter, and reach their full potential.

You can help by supporting girls’ programs in Canada.

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Q&A with Raj Kaur Khaira: How Sweets and Superheroes Pave the Way for Equality

Photo of Raj Kaur Khaira taken by Raj Gedhu

Activist and author Raj Kaur Khaira created The Pink Ladoo Project in 2015, a global gender equality campaign to inspire and give South Asian families the tools to celebrate girls’ births.

For her, the whole idea came from sweets.

In some South Asian cultures, ladoo are sweets that are traditionally given out to celebrate the birth of a boy. But there is no equivalent to mark the birth of a girl. Raj was inspired to change that.

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