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Every girl  deserves a quality education

At Go Girl Organisation, we host free workshops to teach girls coding and basic computer skills for free in their native language. To date, we have taught over 2000 girls across three countries.


Our Mission

Empowering underserved communities with technology is our guiding statement. We aim to change individual lives by making an incremental but long-lasting impact. We want to be immersed in the lives we touch and ensure our students get the best education the world has to offer. Not just any knowledge but education for today's world is the key to breaking intergenerational poverty. 

Our Work 

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.

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CRY Saksham

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

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.

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GUH School

GoGirl Collaborated with Government school in Jharkhand. Children of Age 12-16 were taught basics of HTML and CSS.

Our Founder


Her Story

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.


Japnit's academic journey began with a scholarship from the Singapore Government for high school where she published a paper in machine learning, winning national level accolades. She was then awarded a fully funded scholarship to complete a computer science degree at Ontario Tech University, Canada. Her exceptional contributions to technology earned her awards and scholarships from Adobe, Cadence, and Zonta. More recently, Japnit also won the Bronze medal at WTGC 2023 solidifying her status as a distinguished figure in the global tech community. 

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Japnit K Ahuja 

Founder and Director GoGirl


Through our journey of five years, we have collaborated with many reputed institutions which have increased our impact. Most partners have either funded us or provided us with support to make our program workshops better.

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GoGirl Humanitarian Foundation is a non-profit organization registered under the Government of India 

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