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Every Girl Deserves Quality Education

Every Girl Deserves Quality Education




Kids Taught


Workshops Hosted

Empowering underserved communities through technology is our guiding statement. In a world that is rapidly fusing technological advancements with our daily life, a gap of digital literacy has become glaringly obvious. Thus, quality education which is up to date, and provides students with necessary practical skills to prosper is our key to tackling intergenerational poverty.

As featured by

The Times of India
She the people
Women in technology
Zonta international
She's The first
Winner of Women in tech Global awards 2023



At Go Girl Organisation, we host free workshops to teach girls coding and basic computer skills for free in their native language.

Recognition by many organisations


Hosting free workshops

Tailored curriculums

Workshops in regional Language

Breaking language barriers

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Our Programs

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CRY Swati

Child Rights and You NGO and GoGirl have been collaborating to teach twenty-five students HTML and CSS. In an offline center called Swati.

Yashoda Foundation

GoGirl held a workshop for twelve students from the class range of tenth through twelfth standard. The majority of the student body was between the age range of fifteen and sixteen.

Pankh Scholarship

Pankh Scholarship certifies kids with a BCA Bachelor’s in Computer Applications lorem ipsum description



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Our Founder

Ted Talk by japnit

Japnit founded Go Girl when she was 16 to empower underprivileged students, introducing over 2000 girls to programming in India. Leading a team of 100 volunteers, she drives impactful initiatives, notably organizing over 1000 free workshops conducted in regional languages. These workshops benefit underprivileged students, spanning students from urban slums in North India to remote tribal regions in West India. Japnit has also delivered two TEDx Talks at prestigious institutions in India and Singapore, spoken at CAN-CWIC in Toronto (one of Canada's largest women in tech conferences), and the NASA Space Apps Challenge in Edmonton, Canada. With a robust online presence of 65k followers and reach of millions, Japnit addresses pressing women’s empowerment issues through social media.

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