Educate 300 Rural Girls At Risk in Uganda

by Jesus Is Alive Ministries (JIAM)
Educate 300 Rural Girls At Risk in Uganda


The Ugandan rural girls have limited chances of academic success. The project will create an enabling environment for 300 rural girls in Sironko district to enroll and complete secondary education.

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The gender disparities in secondary education remain a major challenge in Uganda. The percentage of girls in secondary schools has stabilized around 46% since 2006 and now reducing towards 45%. While the completion rate of girls at senior 4 stands is only 32%. The situation is worse in Sironko rural areas where socio-cultural factors like poverty, preference for boys, huge orphaned-girls, domestic chores, circumcision, early marriages and teenage pregnancies make the girl child disadvantaged.


The project will enable 300 rural girls at risk to enroll and complete secondary education by providing bursary, coaching health care and community partnership to eliminate social-cultural factors hindering girls’ academic potentials in Sironko.

Long-Term Impact

The project will grantee the best possible education performance for unprivileged 300 girls in Uganda while empowering them to became self-reliance citizens. This will reduce gender disparities and foster achievement of Millennium Development Goals.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Organization Information

Jesus Is Alive Ministries (JIAM)

Location: Kampala, Eastern Uganda - Uganda
Tom  Mwambu
Project Leader:
Tom Mwambu
Sironko, Eastern Uganda Uganda

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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