Girls Power –Education

Young Women to have knowledge and skills to shape their own lives.
60 academically well performing girls from 5 primary schools, primary school age group (7- 14) and 1st level secondary age group (15 and 16) 5,592 primary school children (2,700 girls and 2,892 boys) are rural girls and boys are direct beneficiaries. School teachers received training on basic computer skill to teach students by using Computers that was purchased for supporting girls directly and school community to improve the teaching learning process.


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– Enhanced post primary education for girls and young women
– Girls and young women enrolled and completed primary education
– Increased awareness of girls’ and young women on the importance of attending primary and post primary schools
– Communities valued education for girls and young women equally important as for boys and young men and encourage girls and young women to become educated.
– Increased positive attitudinal changes among local community members on the importance of girls’ education
– Government actively created conditions for equal participations of both sexes in (post-primary) education.
– Primary schools are accessed with improved social, academic, and physical environment organized that favor girls’ education.
– Enhanced participation and representation of girls and young women in targeted Community Based Organizations around targeted schools such as PTSAs and other school committees.
– Increased the level of coordination among CSOs such as PTSA and other school committees
– Improved transparency and democratic governance in CSOs in education
– Increased impact of CSOs on service delivery and public policy development on girls’ and young women