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The Adolescent Girls’ Advocacy & Leadership Initiative improves adolescent girls’ health, education, and livelihoods in Africa and Latin America. AGALI empowers leaders and organizations to advocate for girl-friendly laws, policies, and funding in Guatemala, Honduras, Liberia, Malawi, and Ethiopia. Through capacity building workshops, seed grant funding, and technical assistance, AGALI has created a global movement of leaders and organizations advocating for girls.

AGALI’s impacts include the passage of national laws and implementation of programs that protect girls from violence, increase their access to education, health services, and economic opportunities, and empower young women to develop their own solutions to the obstacles they face. AGALI’s partners have provided direct training and services to over 40,000 adolescent girls and their allies, in addition to engaging 600 grassroots organizations in girl-centered advocacy efforts.

AGALI is a project of the Public Health Institute.

Support AGALI’s Video Campaign Transforming Girls’ Lives in Liberia AGALI Impacts Advancing the Field Ending Child Marriage in Malawi

Support AGALI’s Video Campaign

AGALI is partnering with Emmy Award Winning filmmaker Lisa Russell to produce a documentary video demonstrating the power of investing in adolescent girls to develop their own solutions to the challenges they face.

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Adolescent girl in school - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

Transforming Girls’ Lives in Liberia

AGALI Liberia grantee organizations HOPE and THINK successfully advocated for the passage of the national Children’s Act. (Watch video)

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Photo: AGALI Grantees Rosana Schaack, THINK and Aisha Cooper Bruce, HOPE – Monrovia, Liberia

AGALI Impacts

AGALI improves adolescent girls’ lives globally by empowering leaders and organizations to advocate for girl-friendly laws, policies, and funding.

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AGALI Staff: Josie Ramos, Denise Dunning and Emily Teitsworth with AGALI Lead Facilitator Grace Kaimila-Kanjo – Cairo, Egypt

Advancing the Field

AGALI strengthens girl-friendly advocacy efforts by creating policy briefs, videos, and educational curricula.

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Photo: AGALI 2011 Guatemala Fellows Dora Alonzo and Rebeca Ester Perez Rodas talking to the press about issues facing adolescent girls – Panajachel, Guatemala

Ending Child Marriage in Malawi

In 2011, a group of AGALI Malawi Fellows came together to form the Adolescent Girls Advocacy Network (AGANET) with the goal of reviving the debate on child marriage at the national level.

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Image: Still from 'Doji: A story of harmful traditional practices in Malawi'

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