Scholarship fund studious poor children
“I was forced to engage in early sexual relationship to raise money to feed my siblings, my father was killed in my country the Democratic Republic of Congo. After 2 months, I never saw my period and that is how I got my baby. I wish I can get a safe baby Centre to take my baby for me to continue with education, learn a skill to help me earn income“. 75% of refugee adolescent girls in Dzaleka Camp shed tears narrating their stories about school dropout and they can’t imagine that is how their dream was shuttered. This project gives refugee girls hope to a better future.
in Dzaleka Refugee Camp to complete tertiary education, providing learning materials, a baby upkeep Centre, skills training and advocacy campaign to reduce the rate of school dropout due to early pregnancy. With effective support, refugee teen moms will rise against their past to achieve their dreams and advocate to end teenage pregnancy in their community.