Keep a Girl in School

Educating Our Daughters
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Keep a Girl in School

Educating Our Daughters
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Every girl matters and every girl has the right to stay in school

For many girls in Africa, education isn’t just important for a brighter future, it’s critical to their survival. Yet, girls often drop out of school simply because they can’t afford feminine hygiene products.

A lack of education leads to vulnerability. Vulnerability leads to unwanted pregnancy, human trafficking, sexual abuse, domestic violence, HIV, early marriage and a life of no choices.

Together, we can change this. Currently, we are working alongside local schools in northern Uganda and South Sudan to reduce the dropout rate by providing sanitary products, teaching girls their value in Christ and igniting their passion for education.

Every girl matters and every girl has the right to stay in school

For many girls in Africa, education isn’t just important for a brighter future, it’s critical to their survival. Yet, girls often drop out of school simply because they can’t afford feminine hygiene products.

A lack of education leads to vulnerability. Vulnerability leads to unwanted pregnancy, human trafficking, sexual abuse, domestic violence, HIV, early marriage and a life of no choices.

Together, we can change this. Currently, we are working alongside local schools in northern Uganda and South Sudan to reduce the dropout rate by providing sanitary products, teaching girls their value in Christ and igniting their passion for education.

When a girl stays in school, everybody wins

Education plays a critical role in breaking the cycle of poverty and violence. When girls are kept in school, they stand a better chance of growing into empowered women who transform their neighbourhoods and nations.

To support these efforts, we work with the schools to teach good health practices, along with Godly sexual education to girls and boys—teaching young boys to respect and protect their female classmates, and reminding girls that they matter and their bodies are their own.

With the help of partners across the globe, we are keeping girls in school, educated and empowered.

No longer slaves to illiteracy, but free to write their own story 

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Joyce

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Esther