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42-44 Bishopsgate, London,
EC2N 4AH
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Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa.

Girls Speak Out Coverage

Street Child would like to thank all the outlets who supported the Girls Speak Out appeal. Their coverage has helped Street Child ensure that we can make girls' voices as loud as they can be. Our Girls Speak Out appeal aims to help 20,000 vulnerable children go to school and receive a quality education and offers girls the opportunity to speak out for the first time on the barriers to education that they face. 

Click on the images below to read coverage from our appeal:

 
The Evening Standard has supported us across our appeal in spreading the Girls Speak Out message far and wide. Read a full round up of their coverage. 

The Evening Standard has supported us across our appeal in spreading the Girls Speak Out message far and wide. Read a full round up of their coverage. 

Click here to read the article by Street Child director Chloe Brett about the girls who are living amongst the dead after Ebola in Liberia. 

Click here to read the article by Street Child director Chloe Brett about the girls who are living amongst the dead after Ebola in Liberia. 

Click here to read the Debrief article on the stories of teenage mothers who are unable to attend school. 

Click here to read the Debrief article on the stories of teenage mothers who are unable to attend school. 

Click here to read 2016 Sierra Leone Marathon runner Helen O'Rourke's  marathon experience

Click here to read 2016 Sierra Leone Marathon runner Helen O'Rourke's  marathon experience

Click here to read the Practical Photography article about Olivia Acland's experience photographing the girls' stories.

Click here to read the Practical Photography article about Olivia Acland's experience photographing the girls' stories.

Click here to see a selection of photos showcasing Street Child's work in post-Ebola Sierra Leone. 

Click here to see a selection of photos showcasing Street Child's work in post-Ebola Sierra Leone. 

The Mail Online's support across our appeal has been instrumental in spreading the Girls Speak Out message far and wide. Read a full round up of their coverage. 

The Mail Online's support across our appeal has been instrumental in spreading the Girls Speak Out message far and wide. Read a full round up of their coverage. 

Click here to watch the ITV news interview James Ruddy about being reunited with Tenneh Cole, the 'Miracle Girl' that Street Child are supporting to become a seamstress. 

Click here to watch the ITV news interview James Ruddy about being reunited with Tenneh Cole, the 'Miracle Girl' that Street Child are supporting to become a seamstress. 

Click here to read about the importance of UK Aid from Street Child CEO and founder Tom Dannatt in the New Statesman. 

Click here to read about the importance of UK Aid from Street Child CEO and founder Tom Dannatt in the New Statesman. 

Click here to read about the child prostitutes who Street Child are supporting with counselling and education

Click here to read about the child prostitutes who Street Child are supporting with counselling and education

Click here to read the Christian Today article by CEO and founder Tom Dannatt about how, with the help of UK Aid, Street Child were able to help Ebola affected orphans.

Click here to read the Christian Today article by CEO and founder Tom Dannatt about how, with the help of UK Aid, Street Child were able to help Ebola affected orphans.

Click here to read the Eastern Daily Press story of 'Miracle Girl' Tenneh Cole who survived with a bullet in her brain for more than a year and who Street Child is now supporting to become a seamstress. 

Click here to read the Eastern Daily Press story of 'Miracle Girl' Tenneh Cole who survived with a bullet in her brain for more than a year and who Street Child is now supporting to become a seamstress.