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    UNLOCK THE POWER OF GIRLS

    CLÉ DE PEAU BEAUTÉ
    EMPOWERS GIRLS
    THROUGH EDUCATION.

    © UNICEF Niger/2021/Frank

    CLÉ DE PEAU BEAUTÉ
    EMBARKS ON
    ITS THIRD YEAR IN
    PARTNERSHIP
    WITH UNICEF WHICH IS
    REACHING
    7.9 MILLION GIRLS
    THROUGH EDUCATION,
    EMPLOYMENT,
    AND EMPOWERMENT.

    Despite the world's increased reliance on technology - the digital gender divide is growing wider among the next generation.

    Over 90 percent of jobs worldwide have a digital component, so without increased digital adoption and use, the next generation of girls will have fewer employment opportunities and face additional barriers to success.*

    *https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/01/future-of-work/

    Clé de Peau Beauté's
    partnership
    with UNICEF aims
    to provide girls
    with the STEM education and
    tools they need to create
    a better future
    for themselves and
    for the world as a whole.

    Clé de Peau Beauté
    for UNICEF

    UNICEF and Clé de Peau Beauté began their partnership in 2019 in support of UNICEF's
    Global Gender Equality Program and their work promoting gender equality through education, employment, and empowerment in Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, and Niger amongst other regions.

    2021 HIGHLIGHTS

    ARCHIVES


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    "The pandemic has highlighted the importance of science and technology in solving many problems the world faces. With support from our partnership with Clé de Peau Beauté, UNICEF is investing in skills-building initiatives in STEM, digital technologies, and social entrepreneurship. UNICEF supports efforts that make sure girls lead empowered lives, equipped with the right resources and opportunities. Through this program we hope to inspire and provide the necessary tools for the next generation of female leaders.”

    Ms. Carla Haddad Mardini,
    Director, Private Fundraising
    and Partnerships, UNICEF

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    UNLOCKING THE
    POWER OF GIRLS

    ABOUT UNICEF

    UNICEF works in some of the world's
    toughest places, to reach the world's most
    disadvantaged children.
    Across more than 190 countries and
    territories,
    we work for every child,
    everywhere, to build a better world
    for everyone.
    For more information about UNICEF
    and its work for children visit
    www.unicef.org.
    Learn more about the partnership here.

    UNICEF does not endorse any company, brand, product, or service.

    Country Office Programs

    Clé de Peau Beauté's partnership
    with UNICEF directly supports Education,
    Employment and Empowerment programs
    in Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan, and Niger.
    These programs aim to give
    girls access to quality
    skill-building initiatives in STEM,
    digital technologies and social entrepreneurship,
    to ensure that they can lead
    empowered lives.


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    UNICEF's Gender Thematic Fund

    Clé de Peau Beauté also supports UNICEF's Gender Thematic Fund, through which girls in China, Peru, Vietnam, Namibia, and other countries gained access to the Skill4Girls initiative in 2021.
    This initiative includes practical strategies to strengthen STEM education, web development modules, accessible digital learning solutions, and digital and financial literacy skills. In these regions, over 2.88 million girls have benefited from this initiative.


    © UNICEF/UN0259171/Viet Hung

    Bangladesh
    Strengthening Education
    for Adolescents Program
    to make it Gender Responsive

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting
    UNICEF's programs
    in Bangladesh to promote gender
    equity in the education system,
    alleviating gender-related barriers
    to education and
    reducing gender-based violence.

    In partnership
    with the Government of Bangladesh,
    UNICEF is following a systematic
    approach to strengthen gender equity
    in the education system
    by providing technical support
    to develop a skill-based curriculum,
    which has been approved
    by the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

    UNICEF has implemented
    an Alternative Learning Program
    in Bangladesh
    for the most vulnerable
    out-of-school adolescent girls,
    linking them to apprenticeships and
    job training with theoretical and
    foundational skills.
    1,100 girls have enrolled.


    © UNICEF/Bangladesh/2022

    Kyrgyzstan
    Increasing STEM4GIRLS
    for The 21st Century Workforce

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting
    UNICEF's STEM4Girls programs
    in Kyrgyzstan
    to empower girls to pursue
    a professional education and careers
    in science, technology,
    engineering and
    mathematics (STEM) and beyond,
    in order to address existing gender
    disparities that include
    high unemployment
    rates among women and
    a prevalence of child marriage.

    621 girls have been trained
    to be role models and peer educators
    for younger girls in their communities.
    In turn, these peer educators have
    successfully reached over 16k peers.
    81 percent of participants have
    reported that these sessions helped
    them identify their professional path
    in STEM.

    155 girls entered University
    to study STEM,
    39 percent with a tuition grant.


    © UNICEF/Kyrgyzstan/2021/Jumanaly uulu Dastan

    Niger
    Promoting Girls' Empowerment

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting
    UNICEF's programs in Niger,
    where more than 1.3 million girls
    are out of school,
    to promote new opportunities
    for adolescent girls by helping them
    to develop relevant
    competencies and skills.

    The partnership supported
    900 secondary school girls
    in mentoring groups
    to strengthen their basic skills
    in mathematics and French.
    About a third of these girls
    had dropped out of school
    but were successfully brought back
    to school through
    the mentoring program.

    24,956 girls and women benefited from a campaign and
    workshop on overcoming gender stereotypes and promoting their wellbeing.


    © UNICEF Niger/2021/Abdou Ali

    China
    Driving Equitable and
    Inclusive STEM Skills for Girls

    Through the Gender Thematic Fund
    that Clé de Peau Beauté supports,
    UNICEF funded a study in China
    to assess STEM skills of adolescents.
    The study led to recommendations
    for practical strategies
    to strengthen STEM education
    for adolescents in rural,
    ethnic minority communities,
    adolescent girls, and
    adolescents with special needs.


    © UNICEF/China/2021/Li Manwei

    Vietnam
    Promoting STEM for Girls
    Through New Technology

    Through the Gender Thematic Fund,
    support by Clé de Peau Beauté,
    UNICEF Vietnam is working
    with young people
    to develop accessible
    digital learning solutions.
    In 2021, the program trained
    over 29,000 adolescents
    in digital and transferable skills
    for employability.
    The program also trained teachers
    to address stigmas, stereotyping, and
    gender-based violence.


    © UNICEF/UN0259177/Viet Hung

    Peru
    Opening Opportunities
    with STEM and Lifeskills

    Through the Gender Thematic Fund,
    girls in Peru were
    at the center of designing a module
    on web development and
    management which will be
    institutionalized and integrated into
    the national curriculum.
    To complement this program,
    UNICEF ran a high impact campaign
    to promote STEM
    for girls and young women
    - reaching over 6 million people.


    © UNICEF/UNI322376/Gonzales

    2020 HIGHLIGHTS

    Bangladesh
    Transforming Education
    for Girls

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting UNICEF's
    programs in Bangladesh
    to promote gender
    equity in the education system,
    alleviating gender-related barriers to
    education and reducing
    gender-based violence.

    UNICEF has implemented an Alternative
    Learning Program in Bangladesh
    for 100 vulnerable adolescent girls,
    linking them to skills development
    and employment opportunities. 95 percent
    of girls
    in the program have already been
    connected to a relevant job.


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    Kyrgyzstan
    Building
    21st Century Skills
    for Girls

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting UNICEF's
    STEM4Girls programs
    in Kyrgyzstan to
    empower girls to pursue a professional
    education
    and careers in Science,
    Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    (STEM) and beyond.

    110 girls have been trained to be role
    models and peer educators for younger
    girls in their communities.
    The peer trainers are now hosting their
    sessions online and sharing their knowledge
    and skills with children throughout
    their communities.
    – reaching even more
    girls and empowering them to take charge
    and bring about change.


    © UNICEF/UN041263/Pirozzi

    Niger
    Promoting Girls'
    Empowerment

    Clé de Peau Beauté is supporting UNICEF's
    programs in Niger to promote new
    opportunities
    for adolescent girls by
    helping them to develop relevant
    competencies and skills.

    The partnership supported 120 adolescent
    girls to receive skills-based training
    and literacy classes and started engaging
    200 girls in a peer mentoring program.


    © UNICEF/UN0318151/Frank Dejongh

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