HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION

by The Fageli good health advocacy & lifestyle foundation
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HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION
HELP A GIRL CHILD IN NIGERIA GET FREE EDUCATION

Summary

COVID-19 pandemic left many parents and guardian Jobless, and this has affected the education of many teenage girls in Nigeria. some are dropout, some can not go to school, they hawk around streets selling different things to save money for her education, but in the other hand their parents collect the savings for feeding survival. And this situation is really affecting their future. This project will help 200 teenage girls study and get educated for free.This will stop hawking on the streets.

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

Challenge

Covid-19 and high inflation have doubled the rate of poverty in Nigeria. Most parents lost their jobs and find it difficult to feed and pay their children school fees.Many children have dropped out of school due to poverty, expecially GIRLS. Parents can niether pay school fees, nor buy books, sandals, text books, pens, pencils, school bag and uniform. Idleness and constant abuse can push a teenage girl into early/forced marriage, street hawking, early pregnancy, prostitution and drug abuse.

Solution

This project will Provide school fees and basic school essentials for 200 vulnerable and less privileged teenage girls. And also means of transportation for pupils who live far from the school. This project will bring a big relief to parents who lost their jobs. And will put a smile on a teenage girls face who will become a leader of tomorrow. This will also prevent early marriage, street hawking and transactional sex in a bid of looking for school fees. Please lend a HELPING HAND.

Long-Term Impact

This project will produce over 200 great, powerful and educated women, who are great leaders and entrepreneurs. It will reshape the nature of girl child's education and reduce the negative effect and views reguarding educating a GIRL CHILD in Africa. An educated woman is an Asset. If a Woman is educated, the whole nation will benefit.

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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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