This report highlights three pivotal years of global collaboration as a partnership, generating quality data, raising awareness of solutions, and galvanizing change.
Read about the Together for Girls partnership’s achievements, results, and priorities from 2016 to 2018.
Read about key results in our three pillars of work: data, action, and advocacy. The report showcases partnership progress to create a safer world for every child, adolescent, and young person.
The Together for Girls global partnership model is designed to promote coordination and leverage resources from partner organizations, including government, United Nations, and private sector entities, as well as other generous donors.
Contributions to the partnership support global, regional, and national-level across the Together for girls Partnership, including funds to partners on the ground, and special initiatives, such the Brave Movement and the Safe Futures Hub. Resources are allocated to activities and projects through several mechanisms, depending on the funding criteria.
The majority of funds received are transferred internally within partner organizations, and are accounted for through their audited financial statements. The CDC Foundation, the United Nations Foundation, and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF have also received and administered funds that support partnership activities.
Together for Girls, Inc. — a 501(c)(3) entity — enables funding for the TfG partnership and its multiple intiatitives from individuals and organizations, reducing costs associated with the use of fiduciary and fiscal agents. Together for Girls, Inc. is governed by a board of directors, which has fiduciary responsibility for the 501(c)(3) entity and supports its fundraising, management, advocacy, and communications efforts.
Since 2017, Together for Girls, Inc. has sought an independent audit of its financial statements. These audited statements are linked below along with the organization’s most recent 990 federal tax form filings.