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Mission of my late Mother-May she R.I.P

Girl child education is most rewarding gifts i can offer to girls (Mission of my late Mother-May she R.I.P)-I came from a very polygamous family of forty children - the most hardship imaginable.Every … Read More»

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Empower a Girl – Watch her change the World!

Ten year old Rani starts her day early at five in the morning, to finish all the household chores, take care of her two year old brother when her mother makes it to the brick factory all for a meag … Read More»

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Empowering schools and communities - Creating a safe world for Girls, Women and Children

For decades, the vast majority of rural Ugandan girls have been unable to complete their education at the high school level. … Read More»

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Voices of promising rural Ugandan girls seeking mentorship, please take time to read their Dreams and Visions.

Here are individual personal stories by 28 girls who are so passionate about education.These are promising rural Ugandans seeking one -on-one mentor-ship. Here is what they have to say: … Read More»

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Why I say Educate One Girl

Globally there is a wide gap in youth literacy in child education for girls. … Read More»

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My heroes....

Papa was an only child, so he told my mama that "I want many children, they will be my brothers and sisters which I never had." Mama had eight of us-three boys and five girls. … Read More»

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A perspective by Sister Dee - KAJU

Sister Dee (Sitima Duku) is a young woman from Southern Sudan, whom we had the privilege to work with and support through Xchange Perspectives. … Read More»

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Diana shares one day of her life with you

The people of South Sudan are considered as the poorest of the poor worldwide. Nowhere else it is so hard to grow up as a child. … Read More»

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