IGP President Interviewed by CNN

Invisible Girl Project was in the news again on Monday, March 27, 2016.  CNN has been raising significant awareness about gendercide in India as of late and interviewed IGP’s President and Founder, Jill McElya.  Please read below: ACTIVISTS GO UNDERCOVER TO EXPOSE INDIA’S ILLEGAL SEX-SELECTIVE ABORTIONS By Huizhong Wu, CNN New Delhi (CNN) A pregnant […]

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IGP in the News!

Female gendercide is real and still happening in India, every day. It is one reason why India is ranked as the fourth most dangerous country in the world to be a woman. We are committed to fighting it, saving lives, and making India safer for girls and women. CNN recently recognized Invisible Girl Project in […]

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Buy a Cow

  For just $1000, you can truly impact the life of a little girl in India.  You can give yourself or raise funds to ask your friends to help you buy a cow for a woman in need.  Then, when we buy the cow, you can name it.  Help us save girls and empower women today. […]

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You Can Never Love too Much! Give this Valentine’s Day!

Will you share your love with little girls in India this month?  CLICK HERE to give! Our new campaign, “You Can Never Love Too Much” launches this week to kick off the month of February. In lieu of flowers and chocolates for Valentine’s Day, we are asking people to give a gift that transcends one […]

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Today is Daughter’s Day

August 18, 2016 Today is Daughter’s Day in India.  Indians are demanding social change.  The BBC News article by Geeta Pandey on August 11, reads as follows: India has launched a campaign on social media to celebrate daughters, daughters-in-law and granddaughters this week and is observing a Daughter’s Day on Thursday. Women and Child Development […]

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