In the Media

Take a look at what our Board members, Founder, Executive Director, and staff have been up to!

Guess Who Has A Brand New Look?


We do! More than just a visual redesign, we focused our efforts on an enhanced experience through modernized storytelling, brevity, and a faster, easier experience. As more and more girls and young women search for health information online from various devices in an ever-changing environment, we are committed to making sure that our organization remains a trusted resource.

Before we dive into some of the key changes, we must share our heartfelt thanks to all of you who’ve helped to make this website redesign possible. To our faithful supporters, first-time donors, new and existing partners, and corporate sponsors, thank you for your time, donations, and promotional efforts in support of Girls Health Ed. Your support will allow us to further awareness of our organization and expand our reach to girls and young women globally who desperately need the resources, tools, and education our organization provides. Keep reading to learn about the exciting changes! 

The vision for the new website was to clearly communicate that GHE is a leader in advancing the lives of women and girls globally. How? Through research, modernization, and an audience-centered approach. 

GHE News


July 30, 2020

The Importance of CSE During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic

Girls Health Ed and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) co-hosted a virtual roundtable, moderated by our Executive Director, Pavita Singh, on the importance of comprehensive sexuality education during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pandemic Periods

May 28, 2021

Addressing Period Poverty to Elevate the Next Generation of Leaders

In observance of Menstrual Health Day, we co-hosted a virtual event with Pandemic Periods, moderated by our Executive Director, Pavita Singh, on addressing period poverty and menstrual justice throughout the life course.

Pavita Female Empowerment

April 2021

Girls’ Education and Female Empowerment

Our Executive Director, Pavita Singh, was featured in a special edition of Yale School of Public Health’s Focus magazine. In this article, Pavita discusses her work with Girls Health Ed and how the organization is helping to change the world one girl at a time.

April 29, 2021

Pavita Singh on the Wellness & Wanderlust Podcast

Our Executive Director, Pavita Singh, sat down with Valerie Moses of the Wellness & Wanderlust Podcast, where she discussed how health education can foster gender equality.

minimoon women empowerement conference

April 19, 2021

Mini Moon Women Empowerment Conference

Executive Director, Pavita Singh, presented alongside 3 other women leaders at the Mini Moon Women Empowerment Conference. Mini Moon Project works toward eliminating menstruation taboo amongst impoverished teenage girls by providing sustainable menstrual kits. 

April 6, 2021

BridgingTheGap for Generation Equality with UN women

Our Executive Director, Pavita Singh, spoke at a Clubhouse chat leading up to the UN Innovation Mastermind a few weeks back where she co-facilitated a breakout session on bodily autonomy and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Pavita was honored to speak alongside Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women.

March 26, 2021

Executive Director, Pavita Singh, facilitated a breakout session at a UN Women Innovation Mastermind

Pavita facilitated a breakout session on Bodily Autonomy and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights at a UN Women Innovation Mastermind leading up to Generation Equality Forum.

Apoliticals 100

March 25, 2021

Sarah Hillware, GHE Founder, was recognized on Apolitical’s 2021 list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy

Our Founder and Board Chair, Sarah Hillware, was recognized on Apolitical’s 2021 list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy. She was the only one recognized in the category of gender equality in health.

December 17, 2020

Sarah Hillware was a guest on The Illuminate Podcast

Listen to Sarah speak about her personal and professional journey and the importance of comprehensive sexuality education in changing social norms and creating healthier environments for girls and young women globally. 

October 6, 2020

Pavita Singh, GHE’s Executive Director, moderated a panel on “The Realities of Female Empowerment” at the 2020 C20 Summit

Participants joined virtually from around the world to discuss issues like disparities of unpaid work for women, honor killings, and the effects of COVID-19 on women everywhere. 

Jun 30, 2020

GHE Executive Director Pavita Singh joined Dr. Angela Jones on the Ask Dr. Angela Podcast

Executive Director Pavita Singh was interviewed by our dear friend, Board member, and supporter Dr. Angela Jones on the Ask Dr. Angela Podcast. They discussed the importance of medically accurate comprehensive health and sexuality education and how we are working to reach girls who have been most affected by COVID-19.

Raise your voice

May 5, 2020

GHE Executive Director Pavita Singh joined Nika Farokhzad on her podcast, Raise your voice.

Pavita Singh from Girls Health Ed joins Nika Farokhzad to discuss the importance of comprehensive sexuality education.

Featured TEDx Talks

Sarah Hillware at TEDxUNPlaza 2013:  “BRAVE: United in Action.” Her talk is titled “Harnessing the power of girls.”

Sarah Hillware at TEDxBerkeley 2014: “Rethink. Redefine. Recreate.” Her talk is titled “Teaching Our Girls the Truth.”

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