Since 2005, Educating Girls of Rural China has sponsored the education of young women like Qian Tuoxiong (pictured) – and  a new photo book reveals the impact the non-profit has had on their lives. Photo: Olivia Martin-McGuire
Since 2005, Educating Girls of Rural China has sponsored the education of young women like Qian Tuoxiong (pictured) – and a new photo book reveals the impact the non-profit has had on their lives. Photo: Olivia Martin-McGuire

Non-profit that empowers rural Chinese women through education celebrated in portraits of some of those it has helped

  • A charity founded by a Chinese Canadian has funded the education of more than 1,400 women in rural China, some from families earning just US$400 a year
  • Photographer Olivia Martin-McGuire helped Educating Girls of Rural China celebrate its 15th anniversary by shooting portraits of women it helped

Since 2005, Educating Girls of Rural China has sponsored the education of young women like Qian Tuoxiong (pictured) – and  a new photo book reveals the impact the non-profit has had on their lives. Photo: Olivia Martin-McGuire
Since 2005, Educating Girls of Rural China has sponsored the education of young women like Qian Tuoxiong (pictured) – and a new photo book reveals the impact the non-profit has had on their lives. Photo: Olivia Martin-McGuire
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