The main aim of our project is to inform and educate the society about the problem of teenage pregnancies. To provide the affected group with sustainable support systems in the form of legal aid, psychological help, alternative life skills, and health insurance when needed. To build a Second Chance Home Centre which will help those who drop out from school and instead giving them a reason to think of pursuing their dreams
The main reasons for this unfortunate situation are lack of awareness, and lack of information and education. The underlying reason is mainly poverty, and lack of security in many environments, where drugs, violence and crime are constant threats. There is also a serious problem with gender inequality, resulting in lack of respect for women by many males, within the family, and in many institutions of society, where women are viewed as less important or of less worth than men.
Various approaches to ensure effective implementation in order to solve this problem We target the parents, to make them understand their responsibility to be more open, and to bring up and discuss the matters of sexuality, possible abuse and rape with their daughters, and with their sons. Provision of scholarship for vocational education for the 50 affected teenage girls, In time we want to expand activities and building of regional centres and vocational colleges (Second Chance Home).
Great long-term impact (a) The project will provide information and support to make teenage girls aware of their risk and educate them in how to avoid the situations where they are many be subjected to mistreatment, to make them aware of their rights, and of how to get help, guidance and support from family, health personnel, etc. (b) We will provide scholarship for the affected teenage girls (c) The second Chance Home Centres will assure every affected teenage will pursue their dreams