Right to Play protects, educates, and empowers children to rise above adversity using the power of play.
In Rwanda, where education often takes a backseat to familial obligation, Julienne, 12, with the help of her school's Right to Play Leadership Club and support of its 125 members, led the Let Girls Go Back to School campaign. Having discovered her own boundless potential, this courageous champion is empowering more children to unlock theirs. "Our club taught me to look after myself, my friends, and others. Now I want to be a doctor, because I enjoy helping people."