Bangladesh Surfer Girls Project - Cox Bazar

Connect female surfers and allow them to collaborate use surfing as a force for personal empowerment and positive social change.

The Bangladesh Surfer Girls Project is a joint project between Brown Girl Surf and Coconut Club, Bangladesh actively involved in the implementation and protection of the Rights of the Child, more specifically the Rights of Women. The project provides free scholarships to distressed (orphan) girls and disabled girls, irrespective of race, religion, ideology or politics, including child friendly quality education and sports and cultural training opportunities. It also provides medical care, clothing, protection and legal advice, nutritional support, housing and all other kinds of assistance to prepare the girls for a better life as independent women.

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