End of childhood for Shani?

Shani (12 y/o) is a smart student who goes to school with great pleasure. Her sister is chronically ill and therefore she is determined to become a nurse or doctor.

Shani’s parents work very hard so that her brother can attend secondary school. For Shani, unfortunately this will not be possible, there simple isn’t enough money. She is devastated that she can’t continue on to secondary school but has to start working. 

Shani does not give up hope and believes that her dream of being a nurse can come true…

The facts
100 million young women are illiterate
61 million girls do not attend school
Boys are 1.5 times more likely to go onto further education.

How does ChildsLife help Woman and Girls?

  • Education for women and girls
  • Scholarship for girls
  • Pre- and postnatal help for hiv women
  • Micro-loans for women

How can you help?

For $ 20,- you give a girl notebooks, a school bag and stationery
For $ 45,- you pay a girl’s school fees for a month
For $ 62,- you pay half of the required school books

Together we can ensure that girls like Shani can go to secondary school and have a chance to a bright future.

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Investing in Women and Girls

Women produce half the world’s food, put in two-thirds of the world’s working hours, and yet make only 10 percent of the world’s income! That’s why women and girls are at the heart of ChildsLife community-based efforts.

Recognizing that women and girls suffer disproportionately from poverty, ChildsLife focuses on improving basic education, increasing access to clean water and expanding economic opportunity through business grants and micro-loans. Empowered women contribute to the health and productivity of whole families and communities.

Empowered women are the key to reducing poverty.

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