One Girl Can provides vocational and technical training to give girls more immediate access to secure, stable jobs through employment or self-employment and help break down gender biases about work that has traditionally been considered the domain of men.

Girls and young women get the skills and training needed for in-demand jobs in their region, allowing them to successfully enter labour market more quickly. These shorter training programs are more financially accessible as well, as total education costs are significantly less than a four-year academic program.

Vocational training gives students with more limited formal schooling a pathway to higher-paying occupations and financial independence.