You are one, or you love one – almost half of the 7.9 billion people walking the Earth today are women and girls. Yet, here in 2022, the odds are still stacked against them.
It looks different in different places. They might be expected to make the tea in the office, overlooked for a promotion, or the one who has to take the day off when kids are sick. They might be expected to carry water while their brother goes to school, sold as a child bride, denied an inheritance, or beaten for shaming their family.
Every girl who has experienced gender-based discrimination has their own story. Together, they paint a picture of the scope and scale of the very real barriers girls around the world still face today.
The statistics can be overwhelming. But what if the world had only 1,000 girls? What would those stats and our world look like?