The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam
The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam
Gender equality

Empowering girls with education key to closing gender inequality and leadership gap, charity founder says

  • A new charity has been formed to equip teenage schoolgirls with tech knowledge and skills to help them become leaders in a digitalised economy
  • The foundation will initially provide scholarships to 100 girls in Guizhou province that will allow them to complete their university degrees

Topic |   Gender equality
The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam
The Jennifer Yu Cheng Girls Impact Foundation will partner with NGOs and other institutions to extend scholarships to teenage girls in marginalised or underprivileged communities. Photo: Nora Tam
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