Rites for Girls grew from my wish to make the lives of teenagers easier. My vision is that every girl grows up knowing that she’ll have the support of her community as she enters her teens, and Girls Journeying Together groups can be found everywhere.
Every qualified Girls Journeying Together group facilitator will have undergone a minimum of 18 months training and have run at least one full-year’s supervised girls’ group before graduating. Apprentice facilitators are closely supervised while offering their first groups and will have already completed a minimum of six months training (which includes three residential weeks).
All accredited and apprentice Rites for Girls facilitators are listed below. If someone is not included in this list they are not qualified or sanctioned by us to run Girls Journeying Together groups.
If you can’t find a group near you, encourage a local woman to train to become a Girls Journeying Together facilitator. Or become an organiser to bring the training to your country.
Rites for Girls founder, supervisor and facilitator
Girls Journeying Together qualified facilitators
Girls Journeying Together apprentice facilitators
Rites for Girls trainers and supervisors