areas in need of development in diverse ethnic and multi-cultural global communities.

girls of these communities, by giving them specific, tailored, and superior resources and services: their allies in unleashing their full potential as empowered global citizens.

each girl's unique potential and gifts through the enthusiastic promotion of authentic artistry, creativity, brilliance andself-excellence.

each girl's REAL dream, through engaging the support of the family, community, and public offical as well as customizes UIP resources, programs, and one-on-one mentoring.




In April of 2008, United Initiatives was officially registered as an organization in the State of New Jersey in the United States of America.
On March 17, 2009 UIP received its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status from the IRS and is officially filed as a public charity.

Belize, Costa Rica, Cote d'Ivoire, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Nepal, Rwanda, Saint Lucia, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Trinidad & Tobago, United States of America.

(Girls Reform through Artistic Creative Empowerment) 21 G.R.A.C.E. programs were completed in 15 countries, serving and empowering over 500 girls in marginalized communities.



22 Operation Cooperation initiatives were implemented in 14 countries, donating over 3000 lbs of supplies to impoverished communities.



3 YGS college scholarship tournaments were hosted (2008, 2009, 2010), awarding over $26,000 to 56 girls. YGS is scheduled annually at the end of June in the City of Newark, New Jersey.



2 Court Quests were completed in Bukoba, Tanzania and Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. These recreational areas now serve over 2,000 school chil- dren and the population at-large.



1 Bel Kan was facilitated in Haiti, serving 100 girls. Bel Kan is scheduled annually during the school summer vacation in the Greater Port-au- Prince area.



1. Today, more than 600 million girls live in the developing world.
Population Reference Bureau, DataFinder database [December 2007]

2. Out of the world's 130 million out-of-school youth, 70 percent are girls.
Human Rights Watch, "Promises Broken" [December 1999]

3. The global share of women in parliament reached 19 percent in 2010 — far short of gender parity.
UN Department of Public Information, DPI/2650 C [September 2010]

4. When women and girls earn income, they reinvest 90 percent of it into their families, as compared to only 30 to 40 percent for a man.
Chris Fortson, "Women's Rights Vital for Developing World," Yale News Daily [2003]

5. 99.4% of international aid money is NOT directed to girls.
Nike Foundation, "The Girl Effect" [2010]