Discover the power of choice-making

Be the first to explore Go Nisha Go™, a mobile game designed to empower choice-making made with and for girls in India. Through Nisha, players navigate challenging situations and experience the outcome of their choices.

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Games that open a world of possibility

Game of Choice, Not Chance™ creates fun and relatable mobile games where young people experience the power of choice-making and how it shapes their lives while gaining instant access to vital resources.

Games that open a world of possibility

Game of Choice, Not Chance™ creates fun and relatable mobile games where young people experience the power of choice-making and how it shapes their lives while gaining instant access to vital resources.

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About Game of Choice, Not Chance™

Game of Choice, Not Chance™ is a USAID-funded initiative committed to empowering young people as choice-makers through mobile games. Using a direct-to-consumer approach, players can access reliable information, products, and services and get advice from mentors. Through roleplay, players navigate relatable challenges and discover how to become active decision-makers in their own lives.

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About Go Nisha Go™

Go Nisha Go™ is the first mobile game from Game of Choice, Not Chance™ designed with and for girls in India. Players roleplay scenarios inspired by lived experiences and learn about topics that are often considered taboo related to health, careers, self-care, and relationships.

Through Nisha, girls practice using their voices to assert their choices and see the results of their actions.

This website is made possible by the generous support of the American People through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.