Keep 1000 Ugandan Girls in School

$4,760 $70,241
Raised Remaining
Oct 8, 2013

Successful Completion

Sewing Machines at Future Victory School
Sewing Machines at Future Victory School

Dear Friends and Supporters,

We have successfully completed our Pads for Schoolgirls Project at Future Victory School and will closing this project here on GlobalGiving.  Our deep Gratitude to each of you for your generous contributions that launched Pads for Schoolgirls Program of Humanity Healing International.

As we have worked to create this new paradigm for vocational training in developing countries, we have learned a tremendous amount on how to create a self-perpetuating vocational program that not only solves an immediate problem (helping keep girls in school by supplying them with the feminine hygiene pads they need), teaches a marketable skill (seamstress and tailoring skills) and, most importantly, teaches the value of selfless service (the girls donating pad kits they have made to other girls in need).  We have realized that several smaller programs impacts a greater number of girls than one larger program.

Building on this knowledge, we will be announcing two new Pads for Schoolgirls projects shortly here on GlobalGiving: a second in Uganda and one in Pakistan.  We hope you will continue to partner with us in these new endeavors.

May the Blessing you have shared with others return to you a hundredfold.

Much Metta,

Christopher Buck, CEO

Humanity Healing International



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Christopher Buck

Richmond, VA United States

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