We envision a world where Black girls from all socio-economic backgrounds and cultures believe in themselves, have access to quality education and fiercely pursue opportunities that allow them to fulfill their limitless potential. Our work, though customized to cater to the girls in the regions that we serve, reflect our vision tried and true.


52 million girls across Africa are not getting the proper education that they deserve. Here's how we are changing this narrative.


Our initiatives and projects currently build community and provide access to quality education for girls across Africa and the United States. Afro Girls began as a youth development project and grew into a space for girls to fulfill their limitless potential in 2018. Since 2011, we've impacted over 500 girls.

Our efforts aim to provide the necessary resources to ensure wholistic, inclusive, relevant and effective learning outcomes for our girls.

Effective action is at the core of the work that we do. We recognize the organizations creating impact and promote these skills within our girls.

We work to increase young women’s representation and participation in results-driven decision-making processes.

Our enrichment activities foster mentorship, spark creative thinking, entrepreneurship and

problem-solving skills.

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We're gearing up for our 2020 Virtual Summer Camp in July. The week long camp will serve girls, ages 5-17, in different groups, through engaging virtual activities and discussions. 

  • Financial Literacy

  • Media Literacy &  Representation

  • Social Entrepreneurship

  • Leadership and Confidence


  • Healthy Living.

We realize that not every girl will have access to the internet during this time, You can sponsor a girl to attend the camp or donate towards our summer partner organizations supporting girls in a number of ways in remote areas.


We want to offer this program to girls at no cost. Once we get the resources to do so for all girls, camp will be in session!


2020 has forced us all to re-evaluate our impact. We are committed to the same vision for Afro Girls, but we've updated our mission to reflect the work that we have done for 10+ years.

52 million girls across Africa are not getting the proper education that they deserve. Here's our open letter to our future women, leaders and changemakers. 

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Our partners go the distance. We are committed to promoting and investing in schools and organizations who are doing the groundwork to advocate for girls and advance girls education. Our partners currently positively impact girls and communities in the US, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Nigeria, and Liberia.

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We are committed to achieving Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 5 - Quality Education and Gender Equality. Our work has been recognized by various changemakers and we've worked with a number of global organizations who are working to end poverty around the world by 2030, with longterm goals for 2063 in Africa.

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