It’s the first term of school In Zimbabwe, the weather is hot and the rains give hope for a decent crop of maize. It’s also back to school for ASAP’s girls - the girls that are funded by ASAP and your generous donations. They have been in school for a couple of weeks now and are back in the swing of things.
As we have said before, students in Zimbabwe are excited when it comes time to return to school because they actually look forward to it. Besides the educational aspects of school, these girls also enjoy seeing their friends again and the relative safety of the school where the chance of getting pregnant is much lower than in the isolation of a rural homestead.
All of us at ASAP Africa thank you for all of your donations, large and small, to help these deserving girls stay in school. Please continue to give generously.
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