CHILDREN CHARITY aspires to an equal world for all genders.

Our 2030 goal: 50 million people of all genders benefit from greater gender equality (particularly by ending GBV and increasing the voice, leadership and education of women and girls) .

We cannot eradicate poverty and achieve social justice as long as inequality persists. Discrimination against women has negative implications for global security and development, economic performance, food security, health, climate adaptation and the environment, governance and stability.

Gender remains one of the most fundamental sources of inequality in the world today. In almost every country in the world, women earn only a fraction of what men do, and trans/non-binary people are disproportionately affected by poverty and the denial of basic rights. Gender-based discrimination fuels food insecurity, security risks and exclusion from vital services and opportunities. Worldwide, one in three women have experienced physical and/or sexual violence, most often from an intimate partner. More than 60% of hungry people in the world are women and girls; at the same time,

CHILDREN CHARITY is committed to supporting equality in all of its work. More than that, CHILDREN CHARITY recognizes that this work is inextricably linked to race, class, ability, sexual orientation and gender identity, and other identities. While the disproportionate impact of gender inequality on women and girls is clear, it is also clear that CHILDREN CHARITY and its partners must learn from and support diverse women and girls to challenge injustice and work for equality. CHILDREN CHARITY does this through meaningful partnerships with social justice movements and by supporting solidarity groups among women and girls. CHILDREN CHARITY also addresses harmful gender and social norms, working to mitigate,