Keep Girls In School Campaign
The project funds school fees for girls that cannot afford to pay for the fees themselves. This gives them access to an education and the increased opportunities that result. The project also aims to improve female hygiene and sanitation by providing sanitary towels and underwears
Charity information: African Mothers Foundation International
The 'Keep Girls in School’ campaign is a sponsorship programme which supports vulnerable girls and orphans through school by providing them with their school fees and essential school equipment.
The ‘Restoring Dignity’ Campaign is a sanitary towel making programme that aims to stop ridicule and give young girls their dignity back, to reduce infections amongst women and girls and to increase girl’s attendance in school, keeping them in the classrooms where they belong.
The education of girls reduces poverty and improves the quality of life for all citizens. Educating girls and women translates to higher economic opportunity and productivity, reduced child mortality, improved family nutrition and health, and increased prevention of HIV and AIDS.
Help girls break the cycle of poverty and gender discrimination
Activities» Workshops around UK, raise awareness on the importance of educating girls around the globe
Success .... girls will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling.
and be the agents of change within their communities
Promote gender equality and empower women: eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary education.
We have done needs assesment for the program and we work with local connection the girls are chosen by the commununity.
If there is any we will write to our donors and make all our reports accessible.
Budget - Project Cost: £60,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £60,000 £10.00 per girl 1000 girls sponsorship for two years.
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount Private £15,000 Guaranteed
The declining economic situation of most families in Zimbabwe, South Africa has had a negative impact on the ability of many parents to send their children to school. This has resulted in an increase in the number of children who have dropped out of school. The one million children orphaned by AIDS have no financial means to attend school, with some children having to fend for their siblings. Especial the forgoten children of Zimbabwe the Village girls remain in the poverty trap.
Vulnurable girls in rural Zimbabwe and South Africa who some of them are sexual abused and are HIV positive will benefit from this project
We have successfully held this program in Zimbabwe from 2008 till now and we lived the problem we can be part of the solution based to our lived expiriences as once village girls in rural Zimbabwe.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
She is the Founder and the CEO of the organisation and she was born and raised in Zimbabwe. She has previously managed successful project .
Country Director in Zimbabwe successful managed project since the inception of African Mothers Foundation Int in Zimbabwe.
She volunteers with AMFI but works for Amnesty International an the head of HR department.
SA counrty Director worked on successful programs with girls in Cape town.
will keep a girl in school for a year
Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world