Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School

 
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Blog and Update
    By - Alice - Bator
    Executive Director, Elizabeth Ross, has just posted to the Kasiisi Project blog about the progress of the Girls Support Program. Please visit: http://kasiisiproject.blogspot.com/ Nurse Lucy continues to visit the schools regularly and provide MakaPads for the girls each month. When she's at the schools she...
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Lucy Teaching a Lesson
    By - Alice - Bator
    Sorry for the back to back updates, but I though you would all enjoy seeing this video of Nurse Lucy as she teaches. Thanks again so much for the continued support! Please, as always feel free to leave comments/suggestions.
    • 4 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    "Breaking the Silence" Lesson from Nurse Lucy
    By - Alice - Bator
    Hi Donors! September is proving to be an exciting month for all areas of the Kasiisi Girls' Support Program! - A few days ago the FIRST EVER delivery of MakaPads arrived to the Kasiisi schools in place of the imported pads (I'll attach a photo as soon as I have one). -In about a week, a few Kasiisi Project...
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    MakaPads!
    By - Alice - Bator
    Dear wonderful donors, I have great news for you! This update will focus on our progress with the MakaPad initiative but be on the lookout for another update coming soon on the health outreach program! I returned from a trip to Uganda a few weeks ago with another volunteer, Scott Krenitski. Together we worked with...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Girl Report
    By - Alice - Bator
    Hello again donors! Thanks again so much for your continued support. Check out Elizabeth Ross' new blog entry at http://kasiisiproject.blogspot.com/2010/06/girls-peer-education-program-success.html to read about the success of the girls peer education program this year. Its wonderful to see how successful the program...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Happy One Year!
    By - Alice - Bator
    Thank you thank you thank you! I can say of behalf of Kasiisi Project, that we could not be more excited (or wonderfully surprised) to have reached one year on GlobalGiving and to have raised over $64,000 from almost 1,500 unique donors! This year has been quite remarkable for the progress of the Kasiisi Project's Girls...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Latrines & Blog
    By - Alice - Bator
    Hey Everyone, Thanks as always for your generous donations. I wanted to update everyone on an new "Kasiisi Project Blog". This blog updates about all programs of Kasiisi Project (not just the Girls' Support Program) and is a valuable way to stay up to date with the happenings of the overall organization! Check it out!...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    International Women's Day!
    By - Alice - Bator
    International Women's Day is March 8, and to celebrate women in Uganda, we wanted to tell you about all the great work we've been doing at Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program. Here is an excerpt from a meeting on January 20th: "Assessment of current KFSSSP Health and Girl’s support programs. The new project...
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    • Janice
      Janice Thank you so much for updating me. I love learning of the much needed improvements made for young girls. Sincerely,Janice Enzone
      • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Annual Report 2009
    By - Kasiisi - Project
    Check out the Annual Report for Kasiisi Project International!
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    HAPPY NEW YEARS
    By - Alice - Bator
    Happy New Years from the Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program! Elizabeth Ross is in Uganda starting next week and we should have some photos as soon as she returns. We are purchasing five new Girls' Only Latrines (at $5,000 each). The privacy of single sex latrines is very important for girls to feel comfortable at...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    HAPPY NEW YEARS
    By - Alice - Bator
    Happy New Years from the Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program! Elizabeth Ross is in Uganda starting next week and we should have some photos as soon as she returns. We are purchasing five new Girls' Only Latrines (at $5,000 each). The privacy of single sex latrines is very important for girls to feel comfortable at...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School has received 1185 donations
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Happy Thanksgiving
    By - Alice - Bator
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Kasiisi Project Girls Support Program is incredibly thankful for your continued support of girls in the Kabarole District of Uganda. Such enthusiastic support is allowing progress to be made at a wonderful rate. From Uganda: We've just received results from a survey regarding MakaPads...
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    • ebs
      ebs I very much appreciate the updates & profiles, but also that the MAKA product is designed and produced entirely in Africa-African solutions to African issues!
      • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Thank You!
    By - Alice - Bator
    Thank you so much for all of your continued support. It has been exciting to have Kasiisi Girls Support Project recognized by Oprah on her new registry: for all women. Next month continues to be exciting as Dr. Moses Kissa Musaazi (MakaPad inventor) is coming to the United States for a conference on technology in DC....
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Returned from Uganda
    By - Alice Bator - Girls Support Program
    Hi Everyone! Thank you for your continued support. Sarah and I just got back from a six week trip to Uganda. “We spent the first four weeks in Kampala, Uganda. During this time we worked with the director of Technology 4 Tomorrow, Dr. Moses Musaazi, a professor and inventor at Makerere University. It is Dr....
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Next Steps...
    By - Alice Bator - Kasiisi Girls Support
    Lots of new updates... *** Check out the attached report from this summer's work *** Here's a sample of some of the questions girls asked me during small group meetings. The girls in P5 – P 7 (4th grade – 6th grade) asked a ton of really valuable questions. Some were alarmingly false (the first one for...
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    While We're Gone...
    By - Alice Bator - Program Director
    Hi Everyone! Thanks again for all of your continued support! Sarah Quirk and I take off for Uganda this Saturday, and wanted to update you on a few quick things before we head off. **** Please Check out the newly updated website:...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School posted a progress report
    Thank you!
    By - Alice Bator - Kasiisi Project Vanderbilt
    Hello everyone! Lots of good news... First I want to thank you thank you thank you (webale muno, muno, muno) from the girls of Kasiisi Project for contributing to "Affordable Sanitary Pads for 1500 Ugandan Girls" during the recent challenge. As a result of your contributions, we can came in 1st place for number of...
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    • Erin
      Erin Simple, too the point, sincere!
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    • Jane
      Jane It's terrific to hear first-hand how our contributions are being used and to find out that the Global Giving challenge was met so successfully.
      • 6 years ago
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
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  • Sanitary Pads Keep Ugandan Girls in School has received 341 donations
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