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education for finacial freedom

education is a life changing process, it can mould the attitude and perception of girls toward financial independence. a family with an employed mother can make it through during this period of ever rising inflation high cost of living, that is because the woman will supplement her man's income Educated women should appreciate the idea of financially supporting their men and family in general. women who work to er their own money also set a good pace to their daughters a pace of professional achievement and fulfillment. I attribute this philosophy to my Mother, a lady of great positive influence to my life and to to the lives of those around her.

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Thats great you. have said it all.I give thanks to all people who contributed to my learning right from primary-University.
Living in the slums of Kibera ,not knowing where the next attacker wil come from.As I give back to the community,I beleieve every woman in Kenya needs to be given a chance to learn.Whatever the cost.
Good day Frenny.

Lucia Buyanza
Reproductive Health

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I strongly agree. An

I strongly agree. An educated woman does not only financially support her family, but she also challenges the normal female vocation. She is better able to claim her rights, is more knowledgeable in the ways of the world, is aware of the options avaiable in life, can feel more confident and empowered, can raise healthier families, can claim more sway in both familial and political decisions, and can pass on her newfound global awareness to her children, breaking the cycle of vicious and oppressive traditions that keep women in the home and beneath the feet of men.

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