Education
 Kenya
Project #7044

Educate girls and fight poverty in Kenya

by Women's Global Education Project
Vetted
Nov 21, 2011

WGEP Kenya scholars learn to make sanitary pads

WGEP Kenya scholars recently participated in a workshop where they learned to make their own reusable cloth sanitary pads. Lack of access to sanitary items can lead to high absenteeism among teenage girls in remote rural areas.

WGEP programs are committed to a multilayered approach in addressing the barriers that keep girls from attending and staying in school. To read more about WGEP Kenya, please visit us at www.womensglobal.org.

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Women's Global Education Project

Location: Oak Park, IL - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.womensglobal.org
Project Leader:
Amy Maglio
Founder
Oak Park, IL United States
$3,845 raised of $50,000 goal
 
62 donations
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