Sparkling passionfruit and guava prosecco, poached peach or caramelised pineapple and coconut pavlova? Empowering Chicks’ triple scented soy candles smell good enough to eat. Hand made by founders and Perth businesswomen Louise Garland, Katie Lefroy and Priscilla Hogan, the candles also come with a side of empowerment and a dash of luxury.
Augusta is about to step into her future. She’s excited to be graduating next year – but knows there’ll be plenty of challenges too. Right now she’s flourishing at school, has her friends around her and get loads of support and encouragement from teachers and our One Girl team.
Sierra Leone and Uganda are some of the worst places in the world to be born a girl. A girl born in sierra leone is more likely to be sexually assaulted than she is to attend high school. But education changes everything.
Imagine this. You’re a student in your final years at high school in Sierra Leone. You’re studying nine different subjects – nine! In Australia it’s usually four or five. And those nine subjects are spread across a whole range of areas, from Financial Accounting and Maths through to English Lit and Biology.