Did you know that 65 million girls around the world are not in school? A growing cadre of young people just like you are making a difference for those girls.
Young people have an essential role to play in building a better world. Active participation in SSO’s YA program gives them new confidence that their work matters, that they, too, can change the world.
“I’m Ruby, but I’m also Sonia. You’re all you, but you’re also Sonia. And that means that we all have the power to make an impact on this world.” – Ruby Writer
Their contributions influence others. Their compassion inspires. They learn from each other, and we learn from them!
It could be said that Sonia Shah herself was a Young Ambassador herself, a citizen diplomat who set out to build a girls’ school in her maternal ancestral village of Kangra. Her efforts planted the seed. Her story continues to inspire.
Diverse group of girls and boys ranging from primary school to university students have joined the program.
Sonia Shah Organization’s (SSO) Young Ambassadors consistently surprise and motivate us with their creative, determined and meaningful efforts to Be the Change.
Would you like to become a Young Ambassador for Girls’ Education?
Send us information (including photos and video, if you have them) about your efforts for Sonia Shah Organization, with answers to these questions: Why do you think some girls never get to go to school? Why is education important? Why is girls’ education important? How did you hear about Sonia Shah’s story? What is something you are doing or want to do to help these girls?
We will need your name, age, address and a photo of you
(make sure you or your parents fill out a photo release so we can include you on this page!).