LAUNCH: ALGEST

LAUNCH: ALGEST
past 5 months ago

Starts: Sunday, 10 July, 2016 02:30am

Ends: Sunday, 10 July, 2016 05:30am

Event Details

M1GSS Campaign
(Make 1 Girl Stay in School Campaign)
High rates of girls drop out from school is caused by several factors,believe me or not some of them drop out due complications they face during their menstrual cycle, just because
1.They are not well informed about their body changes
2.Financial constraints
3.Cultural practices
ALGEST is calling for stakeholders to pledge for support with regard to address
1. challenges Girls are facing during menstruation. survey and interview, reports that ,many girls and women lack menstruation products such as pads,with high rate of poverty they cannot afford disposable pad,they use rags,mattress ,papers,cottons during menstruation making them vulnerable,causing young girls missing school and dropping out from school.
Pledge to support this initiative
1 $ up to 3 $ is enough for one girl to stay in school after buying pads per month,
5 $ is enough to facilitate our team reach Girls in need of support
6 $ up to 8 $ can make one girl stay in school after being free from menstrual challenges due to lack of pads and information
2. Financial constraints (School fees, uniform, exercise books etc)
15 $ is enough to make one girl stay in school for it will be enough to buy exercise books for one academic year
30 $ is enough to make one girl stay in school for will be enough to buy uniform for two terms in one academic year
15 $ is enough to make one girl stay in school for it will be enough to make her get daily breakfast and lunch in one month
5 $ to 10 $ is enough to make one girl stay in school for will be enough for her transport to and from school per month
3. SRHE
any amount can enable our team to make outreaches with focus on meeting with girls for Sexual Reproductive health Education (SRHE) so that they can be prevented from early pregnancies through seminars, clubs, publications etc.
4.Support our community outreaches so that we can advocate for girls rights to access quality education
about 5 $,10 $ , 15 $ etc can enable our team to reach communities with cultural practices that act as hurdles to girls access to their rights to quality education