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Keep A Girl Child In School.

by GRACE WORLD AFRICA FOUNDATION
Keep A Girl Child In School.

Summary

Our NGO- Grace World Africa Foundation is organising a pads drive to raise 57000 pads in 57 days.As a small organization with great hopes, we want to restore women's dignity affected due to poverty. This campaign aims to keep a girl child in school through collaborative cross sector partnerships, bring to a halt school drop outs of girls who are unable to attend school and help disadvantaged women due to them not having means to provide themselves with sanitary pads.

$10
total raised
1
donor
0
monthly donors
1
fundraiser
9
months

Challenge

Girls in boarding schools and mostly rural areas find it difficult for them to go to schools or drop out from schools. _High rate of teenage pregnancy. _End up being affected by incurable diseases like HIV/AIDS. _High rate of unemployment. _Poverty rate increases. _Depression also.

Solution

Keep a girl child in school will lead to the following; _High rate of passing. _Lower rate of teenage pregnancy. _restoring a woman's dignity. _Lower rate of school dropouts. __Lower rate of poverty. _Unemployment decreases. _Lower rate of being affected with incurable diseases.

Long-Term Impact

The cloth pads that we are donating are reusable,eco_friendly,cost_effective and just donating to a girl child it means for the next 5 years she doesn't have to worry about buying pads. Meaning we a solving a girl's problem for the next 5 years, she can even complete her education without her having to pop out a cent to buy pads for themselves.

Project Leader:
Namasiku Samunzala
GABORONE, Botswana

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