Thanks to the generous support of GobalGiving donors, 300 more 6-year old girls entered school this year, girls like Bibata Ouedraogo in the village of Bissegaye (shown in the photo gallery with her grandmother and with her lamb which her parents care for and will sell in order to pay for next year’s school expenses). Bibata is doing extremely well in school and she and her family are very grateful for the support of GlobalGiving donors whose gift of school materials and a lamb have enabled her to begin her education. The yearly sale of a lamb and purchase of a new one will pay for Bibata’s school expenses through secondary school.
Photo 9 in the photo gallery is of a group of middle school girls who, like Bibata, were initially supported by donors like you and whose parents continue to raise and sell their lambs every year in order to pay for their school expenses. Note the expressions on their faces. What a difference a few years of schooling can make!
Thank you for giving these young girls the chance to go to school. With the initial donation of a lamb, the parents have been amazingly engaged in supporting their daughters’ educations; and the girls, the women of tomorrow in Burkina Faso, are doing extremely well in school.
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Thanks to 2,060 donors like you, a total of $121,705 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving.
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