On July 23, it will be 100 days since over 200 girls were kidnapped from their schools while sitting for exams in northern Nigeria. 

The abducted girls of Chibok

We must not forget them.


Send a message in solidarity with the girls of Chibok and assure them the world has not forgotten them - and that we want Safe Schools for all girls and boys.  

UN Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown will deliver your message to Chairman of the Chibok Community Council, President Goodluck Jonathan and the UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon.


"I am writing in solidarity with the 200 girls abducted from their school nearly 100 days ago in northern Nigeria. I want to assure you that the global community has not forgotten the girls of Chibok."

"We will continue to keep up pressure and do all we can to secure their release and safe return home.  We will also work to make sure the Chibok school is rebuilt and that $100 million is raised to fund the Safe Schools Initiative in northern Nigeria."

Thank you for showing your solidarity with those working to #BringBackOurGirls safely - and to get every child into school and learning.