Social commitment

Right To Play

EFG has been partnering with the charitable organization Right To Play since 2005 – providing it with targeted financial support for its projects around the globe. Each year, this international non-profit organisation supports around 2.3 million children across 15 countries who are affected by conflict, poverty or illness – empowering them through different forms of play, from sports and games to art, dance and music. Right To Play focuses on four key areas:

Quality education: Play helps to ignite a life-long love of learning in every child, making it fun, active and engaging.

Gender equality: Play helps to give girls a voice, to claim their right to equality, education, dignity and safety.

Health and wellbeing: Play helps to teach important health lessons so that children learn the facts that can save their lives.

Child Protection: Play helps children learn how to avoid violence, discrimination and exploitation.

Through its work, the organisation gives children the confidence and skills they need to improve their own lives, drive change and achieve better outcomes for their families and communities. The organisation also provides training for teachers and volunteers.

Please find the Right To Play 2022 International Annual Report here.

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