Educate 150 Orphaned Teenage Kenyan Mothers

 
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Girl We Can

By a male, 16-21 years old,
Map of Girl we can I am Allan Chemei from scheme.In our area we have an organisation called Trans-Nzoia youths sports association(TYSA) under this there is a project called"Girls we can" it has really changed the behaviors of girls i.e moral,spiritual,academically and socially. Through this project many girls have changed the way of life from bad to good, example: Irene,Emily and Mercy these girls used to take alcohol and had no interest in education but now they have total changed and now now they have total interest in learning and they are being supported financially and they might go far.These girls have helped other girls join the project. This organisation also support who give birth at the early stage to go back to school and even others back to colleges.I also propose that we should have "Boys we can" to help other boys who have gone astray. Read more.
Related to project keywords: trans-nzoia youth, school back, give birth, girls, girl

Child Protection

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Trans-nzoia, Kenya
Map of CHILD PROTECTION It was early this month when a girl gave birth to a child.The parent of the refused the girl unless they throw away the child she will allow her to come and stay.The girls decide to leave the child in hospital but one good samaritan found a way for her and took the child to take care found for her and took the child to take care,the girl retained to his father and go back to school. Read more.
Related to project keywords: girls, girl, back school, early, month

The Day To Remember

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Kitale/kwanza, Kenya
Map of The day to remember It was on 9th November when i seat for my K.C.P.E Exam and I was praying God to help me to get a good grade. When the result anounced I was pass with a good grade.my marks was 380 and I was called at lugulu girls but my family has no school fees to pay for me.My mother tell me to repeat in std 8 but money was not. I stay home for three wks without going to school. My fellow student whose seat with me join the join the school but I remain home. A good samaritan give my family enough school fees and I join the school that I was. But my heat want lugulu girls. please help me. Read more.
Related to project keywords: girls, school fees, mother, give, want

Hiv-aids Testing

31-45 years old,
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HIV-Aids testing I'am a member of mavuno w. group.I'am living positively.Even 17 i die i will leave my children going own with live.I earn some income nom my sell of eggs.Extra money received i buy some others food stuffs.We are treated freely in our Govenment hospitals.We are linked to other organizations who have really surported our group.Every member is bushy.We meet every months in members houses and give a membership donation of 100/=.Each we also offer services in the village like weeding as a group.The money we get we in vest as a group.We are working forward to buy a cow for each member to give us milk in future thanks very much pillar. Read more.
Related to project keywords: give, live, buy, thanks, cow

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Project Leader

Gichuki Francis

Executive Officer
Kitale, Kenya

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