Water & Sanitation ensure 2000 Kenyan girls learn

 
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Prostitution

By a male, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Prostitution With no other means of generating income many women have resulted to prostitution as the only means of making a living. As a result many girls of school going age have failed the then depreciate measure to get easy and fast money. The incidence rate of HIV/AIDS and other sexually related diseases have generally increased due to this behavioral and in the process many people are ailing ans since others have died. This story caught the attention of community transformers and they have since irritated the peer education proramme to reach out to many teenage girls and boys. Read more.
Related to project keywords: girls school, related diseases, incidence, school going, girls boys

Sanitation Facilities For Girls In Schools

By a male, 31-45 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of Sanitation facilities for girls in schools Mercy Muisoni is the Director of girl child Network she had /has a vision of supporting children especial girls access education comfortably. She has been supplying them with sanitary towels for now opver 10 years infact she has been nicknamed "mama sanitary" Girl children who pass through her hands realy don't find education difficult,but trade easy because she even supports some very poor over pay school fees. We need to encourage other organizations too are what Girl child network is doing so that we can be able to help more girls. Read more.
Related to project keywords: sanitation facilities, girls schools, sanitary towels, school fees, girl child

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Project Leader

Evans Misati

Executive Director, Health and Water Foundation
Nairobi, Kenya

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Map of Water & Sanitation ensure 2000 Kenyan girls learn