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Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya

by Juhudi Children in Crisis
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya
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As schools have been closed, as Juhudi children we have set our office to be used at this time with our girls and boys for learning. The books which are in our office are keeping our boys and girls busy with reading and not engaging in unwanted behaviors which mostly leave our young girls pregnant and drop out of school. These young people get the opportunity to  guided by our staff on the things expected for their development by the community. “We are happy to have this place for our time and learning. This place is safe for us and we hope to get more books to continue reading at this holiday. It is a safe place for us”  says Lilian

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Jackline a form four student at St Teresa secondary school has been facing the challenge of dropping out of school. A very clever and intelligent girl was identified during the August holiday when schools were closed. Confident and strong Jackline took a step to meet one of the Juhudi staff to share her story. She shared on how her family background is with a lot of other girls dropping out of school. We took her case up and we promised to pay her school fee which has been her major challenge that could help her finish school. “I have tried to look for people to support my education but it has been hard. My passion is supporting vulnerable girls to overcome the challenges they face in the community. Am happy that Juhudi has taken my case and am now assured of finishing my education and move to the next level. I thank all those behind this great idea and support” said Jackline.

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After being at home for one year, Kerubo who has been facing school fees challenge has managed to secure a position in form four. She showed a spirit of hope and trust as she went back to school. Kerubo has been dreaming to become a doctor who will serve the community she was happy sharing how she will be working hard to achieve her goals and dreams. A very determined young girl focused to serve. “You look determined and much disciplined girl. We trust and hope that you will make it to the highest level as Juhudi has made you proud. We thank them for the good work that they are doing to support teenage girls who are at the risk of dropping out of school” Said the principal of her school. Kerubo’s school fees has been paid by Juhudi and we trust this was a great turn point for this young girl.

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After going home several times to look for fees to keep them in school like other children, 12 girls were supported this week by Juhudi to keep and maintain them in school. These girls who are orphans and vulnerable are from Eronge and Chepkaitit primary schools, were at risk of dropping out of school. “These are children who need care and good handle as some of them can loose hope and decide otherwise. We need to continually support them as some of them they do not have anyone to run to when they need support. We appreciate the work that you are doing and hope that you will continue to do this to support this generation of tomorrow. We will continue working together to see that all those that need support go through those though moments. Thanks to those who are behind this great work” Said the Head teacher Chepkaitit primary school Mr. Nemwel Nyachieo.

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