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HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS

by The Fageli good health advocacy & lifestyle foundation
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HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS
HELP NIGERIA TEENAGE GIRL WITH SCHOOL FEES & BOOKS

Summary

COVID-19 pandemic kept teenagers at home for months! This project will help 200 teenage girls go back to school and help them study at ease with joy because their school fees and study books is free from Fageli foundation.This will help them to study and graduate. This will prevent the usual drop out of this girls from school. This will prevent this girls hawking on the streets to look for funds for school.This project will keep this children busy with learning activities and make them educated.

$200,000
total goal
$199,950
remaining
2
donors
0
monthly donors
1
fundraiser
8
months

Challenge

The poverty and hardship caused by COVID19 lucked down led somany parents into loosing their jobs and businesses, and this has affected this teenage girls from going back to school Because their parents can not afford their school fees, books, uniforms and sandals. And Idleness and lack of education can lead this teenage girls into negative activities like hawking, early pregnancy, early marriage, transactional sex which can lead to HIV & AIDS and this will ruin their future and lives.

Solution

This project will Provide school fees, books, uniforms, sandals, bags for 200 vulnerable and less privileged teenage girls. also provide means of transportation for those who live very far inside the community bush. This project will bring a big relief to parents who lost their jobs. And this project will produce educated and Learned teenage girls who will become leaders of tomorrow. This will also prevent early marriage, streets hawking and transactional sex looking for school fees money.

Long-Term Impact

This project will not only help this girls stay active in studies but it will bring a memorable joy and a sense of belonging that they were not left out during this difficult time. This will produce educated and bright Leaders of tomorrow. The teenage girls in remote communities will have free opportunity to go to school and study for free. This will reduce the level of illiteracy, it will bring exposure and improve the level of women empowerment in the society in the future .

Resources

http:/​/​https:www.fageligoodhalf.org
https:/​/​www.instagram.com/​p/​CByd2sgnfFp/​?igshid=12

Organization Information

The Fageli good health advocacy & lifestyle foundation

Location: Abuja - Nigeria
Twitter: @thefagelifoundation
Project Leader:
Obasi Udoka florence
Abuja, FCT Nigeria
$50 raised of $200,000 goal
 
2 donations
$199,950 to go
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