The Clara Lionel Foundation will impact 7,500 girls by 2021 in Malawi in partnership with The Campaign for Female Education (Camfed), and the bike sharing platform, ofo. This partnership supports students through school and helps transition them into employment and lives as entrepreneurs and community leaders.
The partnership was announced at last year’s Diamond Ball, where CLF recognized global education trailblazer, Angeline Murimirwa, as the recipient of the 2017 Diamond Ball Award. Murimirwa is Camfed’s Executive Director in Africa and co-founded the nonprofit’s 100,000 member alumnae association.
We are not just another foundation; we are teachers and students, advocates, and allies, working to improve the quality of life for communities across the globe.
We tackle issues through local innovative education projects and connection with global partners, advocacy groups, decision makers, and philanthropists.
We believe in the right to education as a weapon against injustice and inequality, and the right to health as a necessity for happiness and productivity.
Right now, 263 million young people are not in school globally. All kids deserve equal access to education.
Together we can make real change in education for children all over the world.
Heidi Klum cannot get enough of her new custom Savage x Fenty set — sent by Rihanna herself.
In a new Instagram video, the 47-year-old supermodel twirls around in a black bralette and matching high-waisted briefs that spell out “Savage x Heidi” in rainbow colors from the fall 2020 collection.
“@savagexfenty has me feeling SOME KIND OF WAY Love you @badgalriri thank you for my gift!” she wrote in her IG caption.