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Recent Impact

Highlights from the 2016-2017 school-year:

  • 106 girls attended nine high-quality neighborhood schools (four public schools and five private).
  • 150 women participated in neighborhood microfinance groups, learning basic accounting and business skills.
  • 30 “Big Sisters” supported mentored younger girls in school.
  • The Community Center continues to be a safe haven. At the Community Center we helped build three years ago, the girls continue to go and get help with their homework, have the opportunity to relax, and gain strength from one another.
  • 95% of mothers in the microfinance program can now provide a steady income for their families, resulting in better meals, school supplies, clothes, and living conditions.
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Girls from Ecole Savior

Girls in school! These are the girls who have most recently been sponsored through Girls to School, thanks to our amazing donors.

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